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Grevillea eriostachya (Honey Grevillea)

The Grevillea eriostachya is also known under the common names of Honey Gravillea or Desert Gravillea. This shrub or tree can grow up to 3-5m. It has long light green leaves and the flowers are yellow-orange colour with a bit of green on the top. The Grevillea eriostachya is native to Western Australia, it can be found in sand plains, red sand dunes, sand hills and open grass lands. The flowers produce a sweet nectar which both birds and Aboriginal people comsume. Flowring is mainly in winter (dry season) and spring and depends on the rains.


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