Description Grevillea thyrsoides is a spreading or prostrate groundcover shrub. Leaves are 25mm –120mm long and dissected. Leaf lobes are 2mm – 30mm long and 0.5mm –1.5mm wide. Margins are revolute, enclosing the lower surface of the leaf blade, forming two grooves with the midvein. Red or pink flowers are produced between August and November and intermittently through to March. Fruit are ellipsoidal, red-brown, 14mm –18mm long.
Habitat Woodland, shrubland, heathland in gravelly soil, sand, loam