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Grevillea thelemanniana

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Proteaceae
Scientific name  Grevillea thelemanniana
Order  Proteales
Genus  Grevillea
Rank  Species
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Similar  Grevillea preissii, Grevillea olivacea, Grevillea fililoba, Grevillea obtusifolia, Grevillea lavandulacea

Grevillea thelemanniana, the spider-net grevillea or hummingbird bush, is a small, spreading shrub endemic to Western Australia.

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The species occurs in the Perth region in low-lying areas on sandy and sandy-clay soils which are generally wet in the winter.

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Description

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Grevillea thelemanniana is a small, spreading shrub, that grows to between 0.3–1.5 metres (0.98–4.92 ft) high and wide. Dark green leaves are divided into narrow segments, and are 1–2 inches (2.5–5.1 cm) long.

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The clusters of pink or bright red and yellow tipped flowers appear between late autumn and late spring, and can also appear in any season in garden cultivation.

Former subspecies

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A number of former subspecies of Grevillea thelemanniana are now regarded as species in their own right. They include:

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  • subsp. delta McGill. is now Grevillea delta (McGill.) Olde & Marriott
  • subsp. fililoba McGill. is now Grevillea fililoba (McGill.) Olde & Marriott
  • subsp. hirtella (Benth.) McGill. is now Grevillea hirtella (Benth.) Olde & Marriott
  • subsp. obtusifolia (Meisn.) McGill. is now Grevillea obtusifolia Meisn.
  • subsp. pinaster (Meisn.) McGill. is now Grevillea pinaster Meisn.
  • subsp. preissii (Meisn.) McGill. is now Grevillea preissii Meisn.
  • 'form e' (prostrate or grey-leaf form) is now Grevillea humifusa Olde & Marriott
  • Cultivation

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    Grevillea thelemanniana is cultivated as an ornamental plant, for use as a flowering open shrub in gardens and drought tolerant landscaping. There is a dwarf gray selection cultivated by plant nurseries that grows 0.5 feet (0.15 m) high by 6 feet (1.8 m) wide, now known as Grevillea humifusa.

    References

    Grevillea thelemanniana Wikipedia


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