2 - 5m high
Widespread, often grows along watercourses or in sclerophyll forest on the coast and ranges south of Mt Coricudgy in the southern half of NSW and into Victoria.
Open shrub with long branches and long narrow leaves. This unusual species has sprays of greenish grevillea-like flowers at the ends of the branches. Moderately frost/drought hardy. Full sun to part shade. Best grown in between other shrubs Well-drained soils. Attracts bees and butterflies.