Grevillea confertifolia: is a member of the Proteaceae family, is known as the Grampians Grevillea and is a native of Victoria.
Grevillea confertifolia is a dwarf to small shrub with spreading branches. The leaves are up to four centimetres long, 0.3 centimetres wide, crowded, light to dark green with a sharp point.
Flower clusters have many individual blooms, terminal on small branches, profuse and conspicuous. Flowers are a colourful deep mauve to purplish pink.
Plants appreciate pruning.
Our plants have a semi-prostrate growth habit with creeping branches.
Grevillea confertifolia would be a colourful addition to native cottage gardens or as a foreground plant in garden beds.
Propagate from cuttings.