Grevillea victoriae

Family: Proteaceae
Genus: Grevillea
Species: victoriae
Main Flower Colour: Red

Description

A spreading, sometimes straggling shrub that grows up to about 2m high. Leaf shape is oval, often quite broad, up to 7cm long. The lower leaf surface is covered with a tomentum (covering of short hairs). Red or orange-red flowers are in clusters at the ends of the branches. The outside of the flower parts are covered with rusty red hairs. Grows in forested slopes and gullies above about 1000m in NSW and eastern Victoria.

Flowering start in November and ends in February.

Identification

The main flower colour is red.

References

Flora of the ACT. Burbidge and Gray

Created: 16 Mar 2015 - Member - John and Val

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Location

Bio Regions

SEH - South Eastern Highlands

Specifics

Brindabella Ranges

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