Description Grevillea mollis is a spreading shrub with open habit. The leaves are soft and elongated oblong in shape, about 3cm - 10cm long, and 0.4cm - 1.4cm wide. Leaves have downy hairs on both sides. The branches arch. New growth is pink. Grevillea mollis produces clusters of small scarlet flowers in winter and spring, with intermittent flowers throughout the year.
Habitat steep rocky slopes and creek flats in dry eucalypt forest and grassy woodlands
Distribution north-east New South Wales
Growth Characteristics Height: 1m - 2m Propagation seed, cuttings from new growth