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Friday, 27 January 2012

Grevillea intricata Another Tangle of Branches

Species: Grevillea intricata

Grevillea intricata is a Western Australian species of Grevillea (Family Proteaceae). It is a large shrub growing up to 3m tall and flowering between May and October (Late Fall to mid-Spring for anyone not from the southern hemisphere). This one is grafted onto a root stock of Silky Oak (Grevillea robusta) so it can survive in the more humid conditions on the East coast of Australia.