Plants of South Eastern New South Wales

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Grevillea raybrownii

Common name

A grevlllea



Where found

Dry forest. Ranges and Southern Highlands west of Wollongong.


Shrub to 1.5 m high. Tips of the leaf lobes spiny. Leaves alternating up the stems, 2.5–5 cm long, with 3–5 narrow lobes, each divided twice again, the ultimate lobes 0.5–2.4 cm long, 0.6–1.2 mm wide, upper surface hairless, lower surface silky, with two grooves. Flowers with 4 'petals' joined together in pairs, 'petals' white with rusty hairs outside, hairless inside. Gynoecium 6–7 mm long, style white in the lower half, lilac in the upper half, hairless. Flowers brown in bud. Flower clusters oval, dense. Flowers spring.

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)