Category Archives: Grevillea

Grevillea mimosoides

This Grevillea shrub has Acacia like habit, except for the white bottlebrush flowers and the sticky black caustic seed pods. Found in the West and North Kimberley.

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Grevillea erythroclada

Tall tree, with racemes white bottlebrush flowers. From the North and Central Kimberley…  

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Grevillea stenobotrya

Sand dune preferred habitat, throughout desert regions of the Pilbara and Southern Kimberley. Grows to 4m and has white bottle-brush flowers.

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Grevillea agrifolia

A common Kimberley Grevillea, grows into a wide spreading shrub featuring green to cream flowers and green round pods containing 2 seeds.

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Grevillea miniata

A rare shrub with red tipped yellow flowers. Hairy, prickly leaves are a feature, is found in the central Kimberley and the Bungle Bungles.

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Grevillea eriostachya

A 2m high grevillea with canes of racemes reaching up to 4m, with clusters of yellow flowers maturing to small papery pods.  

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Grevillea formosa

Common in gardens, this 2m species with yellow sprays of flowers is endemic to Arnhem Land and a growth habit similar to G.drandri.

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Grevillea pteridifolia

Tall tree or shrub to 15m, large orange flowers, narrow leaves. Flower in July/August, seeds small and papery in small clusters of pods. The one below was found in a rubbish pit near Broome, click to enlarge:

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Grevillea dryandri

Small shrub to 1.5m, containing red or pink flowers and sticky black seed pods.  

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Grevillea pyramidalis

This Grevillea has narrow leaves and white bottlebrush flowers. Seeds are shiny black, with a coating that is toxic and burns skin. Grows into a small tree in the southern Kimberley, but is widespread as a shrub.

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