Description Grevillea treueriana is a small open shrub. Leaves are 25mm - 30mm long and deeply divided into stiff, linear lobes with sharp points Leaf margins are recurved Produces clusters of orange red toothbrush-shaped flowers that hang downwards from the ends of the branches. Flowers in winter though to spring.
Height 1m - 2m
Spread 1.5m - 2m
Wildlife Interest attracts honeyeaters
Distribution rocky crevices on Mt Finke in South Australia.