Grevillea levis

Grevillea levis

An evergreen shrub that grows to 3′-6′ with very sharp wiry leaves. It produces fluffy flowers that are white flushed with pink autumn through spring. The species was first formally described by Olde & Marriott in 1994 from a type specimen collected from Mount Churchman. It occurs in south-western Western Australia in open heath and shrubland.

Pronunciation: grev-ILL-ee-uh LEV-is

Species Meaning: Flat, smooth

Grevillea levis is native to Western Australia.


  • Mature Grevillea levis at UCSC Arboretum
    Mature Grevillea levis at UCSC Arboretum

Propagation Notes

2/16/21 6 cuttings. 3 treated with Clonex, 3 with Hormodin 3. On heat and mist.

In Our Garden

Plant ID: C2110

Found in Greenhouse,

Cuttings on heat with mist.

Family: Proteaceae

Genus: Grevillea

Species: levis

Height: 3ft to 5ft

Spread: 3ft to 5ft

Growth Habit:
Sun Needs:
Full Sun
Part Sun
Soil Type:
Season of Interest:
Zn9a - down to 20F

Resistant to Deer.

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