Grevillea angustata R.Br.
Grevillea ceratophylla R.Br.
Grevillea heteroneura W.Fitzg.
Grevillea mullerana H.Buek
Grevillea polybotrya F.Muell.
Grevillea polystachya R.Br.
Grevillea refracta ceratophylla (R.Br.) Benth.
Grevillea parallela is a bushy shrub growing 5 - 8 metres tall with a crown diameter of up to 8 metres, or it can become a small, slender tree growing 5 - 10 metres tall with a bole 40cm in diameter[
The wood is sometimes used locally for fuel and small items. The plant has attractive creamy-yellow flowers and is grown as an ornamental[
Australia - Queensland, Northern Territory, Western Australia.
Found on a range of sites including sandstone plateaux, coastal high ranges or tableland complex of volcanic, basalitc or lateritic hilly lowlands, and sand plains and undulating alluvial plains with scattered hills at elevations up to 900 metres[
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|Cultivation Status||Ornamental, Wild
A plant of the tropics and subtropics, where it is found at elevations up to 900 metres. It grows best in areas where annual daytime temperatures are within the range 22 - 35°c, but can tolerate 10 - 46°c[
]. It prefers a mean annual rainfall in the range 700 - 1,400mm, but tolerates 500 - 1,700mm[
Requires a sunny position[
]. Succeeds on a range of well-drained soils[
]. Prefers a pH in the range 5 - 6.5, tolerating 4.5 - 7[
The tree is a good source of nectar for bees[
The wood is used for turnery items, small posts, fencing etc[
The wood is used for fuel[
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