Silky Oak

Family: Proteaceae
Genus: Grevillea
Species: robusta
Main Flower Colour: Yellow

Description

A fast-growing, single-stemmed tree usually 20-30 m in height and about 80 cm in diameter but sometimes larger. The dark grey bark is furrowed in a lace-like pattern. Young branchlets are angular, ridged and maybe slightly hairy. The fern-like foliage is very distinctive. The leaves are 10-34 cm long and 9-15 cm wide, pinnate to bipinnate, green on the upper surface and pale and silky below. ... source: Australian Biological Resources Study - Species Bank

Flowering start in September and ends in November.

Identification

The main flower colour is yellow.

References

http://bie.ala.org.au/species/Grevillea+robusta#

Created: 23 Nov 2014 - Member - Stephen L (Clare SA)

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Location

Bio Regions

FLB - Flinders Lofty Block

Specifics

Clare

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