Key to Tasmanian Dicots
Grevillea (Proteaceae) 3:605  
Grevillea is characterised by having relatively soft follicles with only two seeds, which are surrounded by a narrow wing. In spite of being one of Australia's largest genera (with about 370 species), Grevillea is only represented in Tasmania by G. australis and some garden escaped, cultivated hybrids. This species is quite widespread and is very variable (there are several subspecies described). It has narrow, entire leaves with recurved or revolute margins, and with a hairy undersurface. However the size and width of the leaves varies greatly. The flowers are white or cream and are relatively small. 

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