Plants of South Eastern New South Wales

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Grevillea kedumbensis

Common name

A grevlllea



Where found

Dry forest. Blue Mountains National Park south of the Great Western Highway. Also near Tahmoor.


Shrub to 1 m high. Leaves alternating up the stems, 1–3 cm long, 1–5 mm wide, often varying greatly in size on a plant, margins entire, rolled to curved down, upper surface coarsely granular; lower surface silky, often obscured by the margins on smaller leaves. Flowers with 4 'petals' joined together in pairs, 'petals' green to cream, almost hairless to covered in loose hairs outside, bearded inside adjacent to and above the ovary for about 2 mm. Gynoecium 12.5–17.5 mm long; style white to cream, hairy. Flower clusters 12–20-flowered, erect, umbel-like, stalkless or almost so. Flowers mostly winter and spring, also at other times.

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)