Description The White-plumed Grevillea is a bushy spreading shrub. The leaves are about 12cm - 35cm long and finely dissected into narrow lobes about 10cm - 20cm long and 1.5mm - 6mm wide. The leaf margins are curved downwards enclosing the lower surface of the leaf blade. Grevillea leucopteris produces bottlebrush-like racemes of white or cream flowers on long erect stems from July to January. The flowers have a strong unpleasant smell. The fruits are smooth, oval and about 20mm - 24mm long.
Height 2.5m - 5m
Spread 3m - 6m
Habitat woodland and heathland in sand
Wildlife Interest attracts honeyeatersn. Also attracts possums.