Baw Baw National Park, Victoria
The Grevillea australis, commonly known as the Southern grevillea, is the only Grevillea to occur naturally in Tasmania, but also grows in highland areas of south-eastern mainland Australia. It has several variations in the wild, and is therefore a very variable species.
It grows between 0.2 metres to 2.5 metres high and has oval shaped leaves, 15 to 30 mm long by 1 to 5 mm wide. It has white flowers and seeds in brown, leathery follicles.
Grevillea australis grows best in cool to cold climates. Ideally it grows in well-lit conditions with well-drained soil.
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