Australian Native Plants

  Grevillea baileyana (White Oak)


Grevillea baileyana photo
White Oak

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Grevillea baileyana photo
White Oak

Photograph copyright: oznativeplants - all rights reserved.

Grevillea baileyana photo
White Oak

Photograph copyright: oznativeplants - all rights reserved.




WHITE OAK FACTS

distribution map showing range of Grevillea baileyana in Australia

Map is from The Atlas of Living Australia web site, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License


Common Name
White Oak

Description
The White Oak is a large rainforest tree. Adult leaves are long elliptical and about 6cm - 30 cm long. Juvenile leaves are lobed with 59 lobes. The underside of the leaves is rusty brown. Clusters of cream or pale yellow flowers are produced between August and December.

Height
6m - 30m

Spread
4m - 10m

Wildlife Interest
attracts nectar eating birds

Distribution
Queensland



Classification
Class:Magnoliopsida
Order:Proteales
Family:Proteaceae
Genus:Grevillea
Species:baileyana
Common Name:White Oak


Relatives in same Genus
  Grevillea agrifolia
  Grevillea alpina
  Grevillea angulata
  Grevillea arenaria
  Grevillea armigera
  Grevillea asparagoides
  Grevillea asplenifolia
  Grevillea astericosa
  Grevillea banksii prostrate
  Grevillea baueri
  Grevillea bipinnatifida
  Grevillea bronwenae
  Grevillea candelabroides
  Grevillea coccinea
  Grevillea concinna
  Grevillea corrugata
  Grevillea crithmifolia
  Grevillea decurrens
  Grevillea didymobotrya
  Grevillea dielsiana
  Grevillea dryandri
  see A-Z list for more ...