Grevillea anethifolia: is a member of the Proteaceae family and is known as the Spiny Cream Spider Flower.
Grevillea anethifolia is a medium shrub that may reach a height of two metres with a similar spread. The leaves are about five centimetres long, divided, narrow-linear with prickly points and light green in colour. Although prickly, the foliage has a soft appearance when viewed from a distance. The flowers are creamy-white, profuse, carried in clusters and sweetly perfumed. Flowering occurs between August and December. The foliage contrasts with the abundant flowers.
Grevillea anethifolia has a rather scattered distribution. There are populations in western New South Wales, southern South Australia and southern Western Australia.
Plants respond positively to pruning.
We are very fond of Grevillea anethifolia. We have many specimens scattered throughout our gardens. Both foliage and flowers are attractive features. We have found this species to be hardy, free-flowering, and fast growing and easy to propagate.
Propagate from cuttings.