Grevillea hookeriana: is a member of the Proteaceae family and is a native of Western Australia.
Grevillea hookeriana is a tall shrub that may reach a height of three metres. The leaves are usually deeply lobed and leathery. Toothbrush-shaped flowers are red and appear from May to November. The blooms are rich in nectar and attract honeyeaters.
Grevillea hookeriana is a variable species with a number of forms. The form described and illustrated is the one usually available from nurseries.
Grevillea hookeriana is an ideal plant for inclusion in native shrubberies. Honeyeaters are regular visitors to the blooms. Prune lightly after flowering.
Propagate from cuttings.