A collection of Grevilleas found predominately in the conservation garden at Kings Park including. The 4,600 square metre Conservation Garden houses approximately 400 species in a gently undulating landscape complete with depressions which become moist or even swampy following winter rainfall to accomodate the needs of the various species.
Grevillea phanerophlebia Prominent Vein Grevillea (Declared Rare Flora - Extant)
Grevillea candicans (Priority 3)
Grevillea saccata Pouched Grevillea (Priority Four)
Grevillea ripicola Collie Grevillea - (Priority Four)
Grevillea elongateIronstone Grevillea (Declared Rare Flora - Extant)
Grevillea asteriscosaStar-leaf Grevillea (Priority Four)
Grevillea bracteosa Not threatened
Grevillea commutate Not threatened
Fabric: 55% linen 45% natural cotton
Washing: Machine wash cool on a gentle/delicate setting using phosphate-free detergent. Machine dry on a low temperature and iron on reverse.