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Darwinia grandiflora is a shrub which is endemic to New South Wales in Australia. It has a prostrate habit, growing up to 0.5 metres high. Red flowers are produced in clusters of 4 to 6 in winter.
The species was formally described in 1867 by English botanist George Bentham in Flora Australiensis as a subspecies of Darwinia taxifolia. It was promoted to species level in 1962.