Description Grevillea preissii subspecies glabrilimba is a spreading shrub. The leaves are dissected with narrow leaflets 5mm - 20mm long and 0.5mm -1mm wide. Leaf margins are down curved , enclosing the lower surface of the leaf blade, forming two grooves with the mid vein. Racemes of orange or red flowers are produced between June and October. Fruit are ribbed or ridged, oblong, and 15mm long.
Habitat woodland, shrubland, heathland in rocky or stony soil
Distribution endemic to Western Australia.
Growth Characteristics Height: 0.2m -1.7 m Spread: 1.5m - 2m