Grevillea vestita: is a member of the Proteaceae family and is a native of Western Australia.
Grevillea vestita is a medium to tall shrub that may sometimes sucker.
The leaves are six centimetres long by four centimetres wide, deeply lobed and greyish-green to green. The tips of the lobes are crowned with a sharp point.
The flowers are white to pale pink and sweetly scented. The lengthy flowering period extends from July to October. During this time plants are covered with blooms. Light pruning, after flowering, is desirable.
Grevillea vestita is an ideal screening shrub. Both foliage and flowers are attractive features.
Propagate from cuttings that usually produce roots rapidly.