Description Grevillea decurrens is an untidy looking shrub or tree. It produces racemes of irregular pink or cream flowers from November to March. The leaves are 150mm –400mm long. The leaf blade is dissected with lobes 30–150 mm long and 10–40 mm wide. Leaves have flat margins.
Height 2m - 5m
Spread 2m - 3m
Habitat found amongst trees and shrubs in rocky soil or stony soil.
Distribution Western Australia, Northern Territory.