Grevillea preissii facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsGrevillea preissii
|subsp. preissii (above)
subsp. glabrilimba (below)
Grevillea preissii is a small shrub which is endemic to Western Australia. The red flowers appear between early winter and early spring. The species occurs near the coast between Greenhead and Bunbury. It grows to between 0.3 and 1.2 m high.
- subsp. preissii
- subsp. glabrilimba
- Grevillea thelemanniana subsp. preissii (Meisn.) McGill.
- 'Magic Lantern' - cultivar of subsp. glabrilimba
- Superior form
- Prostrate green leaf form
A number of hybrid cultivars of Grevillea olivacea x Grevillea preissii are available:
- 'Sea Spray', grown by George Lullfitz in Wanneroo, Western Australia.
- 'Winpara Gem'
- 'Winpara Gold'
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