Flowers in Autumn (Apr - Jun), favours heathland and woodland with heath under-story usually in sandy soil.
This species often grows in large colonies and flowers prolifically only after fire.
This form is very unusual.
This grevillea is a low spreading shrub with shiny, lightly toothed, holly-like leaves and bright red toothbrush flowers. It is found in Victoria, mostly confined to the Brisbane Ranges between Geelong & Bacchus marsh. Grows in dry, open eucalypt forest
Flowers in Spring (Sep - Oct) - Heavy soils, often rocky, on ridges or slopes in woodland and box-ironbark forest.
This orchid is considered endangered because of the limited sites and few plant numbers. Although the flowers are usually dark red, it does