|Photograph of a Grevillea eriostachya shrub, near Kata Tjuta in the Northern Territory, Australia|
Grevillea eriostachya, also known as the Yellow Flame Grevillea and the Desert Grevillea, is a shrub found in Western Australia, the south-west areas of the Northern Territory, and the north-west areas of South Australia. Because of the sweet taste of the shrub's flowers, Australian Aborigines used it as a sweetener and to add variety to their meals. Nectar eating birds are attracted to the flowers.
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