|White Grevillea G. parallela, Undara National Park, inland north Queensland.|
This is another of the species collected at Cooktown.
|Silky Grevillea Grevillea sericea, Goulburn River NP, New South Wales.|
This was one of the three species received, grown and named in England in the 1790s.
|Beefwood Grevillea striata, Maryvale Road, central Australia.|
This is a substantial tree of the central deserts.
|Grevillea bipinnatidifida John Forrest NP, near Perth, Western Australia.|
|Grevillea barklayana, Ulladulla, south coastal New South Wales.|
|Grevillea armigera Reynoldson Flora Reserve, south-western Western Australia.|
|Grevillea alpina, Micalong Falls west of Canberra.|
|Rusty Grevillea, or (my favourite) Seven Dwarfs Grevillea G. floribunda,Goobang NP, New South Wales.|
|Grevillea cageana, Southern Cross, inland southern Western Australia, above;|
Grevillea excelsior, Hyden-Norseman Road, similar area, below.
These are both toothbrush types; see also several examples above.
|Grevillea candelabroides, Kalbarri NP, Western Australia.|
'Like a candelabra' is an excellent description in the species name!
This, and the next two, are examples of bottlebrush-type racemes.
|Grevillea paradoxa, Ballidu, south-western Western Australia.|
|Grevillea petrophiloides, Kalbarri NP, Western Australia.|
|Grevillea biternata, Gawler Ranges NP, South Australia.|
See also the Common Crow butterfly on the G. parallela in the photo above.
|Dusky Honeyeater Myzomela obscura, on Grevillea cultivar, Darwin.|
|Grey-headed Honeyeater Lichenostomus keartlandi) on Grevillea wickhamii,Kings Canyon, central Australia.|
|Desert Grevillea G. eriostacha Kalbarri NP, Western Australia.|
A magnificent sight when flowering on red sand dunes.
|Woolly Grevillea G. lanigera, Namadgi National Park, near Canberra.|
A low shrub growing beneath the Snow Gums.
|Grevillea pinaster, South Beekeepers Nature Reserve, south-west Western Australia.|
|Sandhill Grevillea G. stenobotrya, near Windorah, south-west Queensland.|
Another beautiful desert grevillea of the red sand dunes.