Grevillea triloba: is a native of Western Australia and is a medium, spreading shrub. We have observed specimens that are two to three metres tall in other gardens. Our specimens, at Yallaroo, reach a maximum height of one and a half metres. Grevillea triloba has three-lobe prickly leaves that are green above and pale with hairs beneath. The profuse, white to cream flowers are highly perfumed. The perfume from a flowering Grevillea triloba will permeate the garden. Spring is the main flowering period but sporadic flowering takes place at other times. Grevillea triloba is a useful plant for hedges and screens. The species is rumoured to be a parent of the well-known hybrid Grevillea White Wings.
Propagate from cuttings.