Description Grevillea candelabroides is a large spreading shrub with greyish-green, pinnate lobed leaves about 3cm long. Produces long branching clusters of scented white flowers. The candle-like clusters grow to 25cm long. It is a very attractive plant for climates with dry summers and wet winters. Grevillea candelabroides is not reliable on its own roots in humid sub-tropical and tropical climates, although can be grown successfully if grafted.
Habitat Sandy heaths
Propagation seed, cuttings are usually slow to strike. The species has been successfully grafted using Grevillea robusta rootstock.