Grevillea eryngioides   Curly Grevillea Endemic

Grevillea eryngioides  whole Grevillea eryngioides close Grevillea eryngioides leaves

A plant of the wheatbelt and further south, this is a strange looking Grevillea with very attractive glaucous leaves from which long vertical branches stand tall above the low foliage and hold the flowers well away from the rest of the shrub. It flowers in Spring or in mid summer. This was only just coming into flower and mostly carried fat buds.

W.A. W.F.S. tour: Harrismith Reserve 15th September 2007

Added on January 28th 2009, updated 2nd April 2010, updated 18th January 2013

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