Grevillea pimeleoides Print

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Grevillea pimeleoides occurs naturally in the Jarrah and Marri forests of the Darling Range, east and south-east of Perth in gravelly or clay loam. It is an unusual species because it does not look like a typical Grevillea, instead it has attractive bright green leaves covered in fine hairs. The bright yellow flowers occur in clusters at the ends of the branches from winter to spring, and change in colour as they get older becoming darker and sometimes with tinges of red.

Grevilleas are named after Charles Francis Greville, co-founder of the Royal Horticultural Society.

  • 297mm x 420mm (A3)
  • 210mm x 297mm (A4)
  • 148mm x 210mm (A5)

Available by Pre-Order as item is subject to Print-on-Demand. Please allow 2-3 working days for print and handling.

Paper: Archival, watercolour 

Note: Frames are for illustrative purposes only.