Description Grevillea nudiflora is a spreading or prostrate shrub. It produces red, pink, orange-red or purple red flowers in winter and spring, The leaves are linear and 40mm - 105mm long and 1mm - 4mm wide. The leaf margins are entire and curve downwards and may enclose the lower surface of the leaf blade, forming two grooves with the midvein. Fruit are ovoid and ribbed or ridged, about 10mm -18mm long.
Habitat woodland, shrubland, heathland in rocky or stony soil, or loam
Distribution Grevillea nudiflora is endemic to an area on the south coast of Western Australia.