Plants of South Eastern New South Wales

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Grevillea aspleniifolia

Common name

A grevlllea



Where found

Open rocky or moist sites in dry forest and woodland. Coast, ranges, and the eastern edge of the tablelands, north of Kangaroo Valley.


Shrub to 5 m high. Leaves alternating up the stems, 15–25 cm long, mostly 3–20 mm wide, margins entire to coarsely toothed, lower surface tomentose with crinkled hairs. Flowers with 4 'petals' joined together in pairs, with greyish hairs outside, hairless inside. Gynoecium 12–25 mm long, style pinkish, with a green tip. Flower clusters one sided tooth brushes 3–8 cm long. Flowering: mainly July–November.

In the absence of specific information, seeds of all species of Grevillea have been keyed as having one wing.

PlantNET description:  (accessed 19 January, 2021)