Description Juniper-leaf Grevillea is a variable species that is found in prostrate forms and shrubby forms. The sharp-pointed leaves are linear about 5mm - 35 mm long. Produces clusters of yellow, apricot, pink or red spider-shaped flowers. Grevillea juniperina 'Molonglo' is a showy cultivar with apricot flowers that is a hybrid between an upright red form and a yellow prostrate form.
Height 0.3m - 4m
Spread 1.5m - 6m
Habitat woodland or open forest,
Propagation from seed, or cuttings from current season growth
Wildlife Interest attracts nectar eating birds. Birds may nest in foliage.
Distribution south-east Queensland, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory.