Grevillea pteridifolia (Cultivated)


Grevillea pteridifolia Knight, Cult. Prot. 121 1809 (Syn: Grevillea chrysodendrum R.Br.; Hakea pteridifolia (Knight) Christenh. & Byng);

Australia (N-Western Australia, N-Northern Territory, N-Queensland) as per Catalogue of life
   
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Grevillea sp from Tirumala forest area (AP)
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Probably a hybrid of two grevillea sp. Honeygem (Grevillea banksii X Grevillea pteridifolia). I could not get the point clarified whether they are natural there are planted by forest dept
pls validate

Or it may be simply
Grevillea pteridifolia
v= Grevillea pteridifolia
Yes G. pteridifolia, more likely
I think it is v
but not very sure


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TSPNOV2015-16:Images of Grevillea pteridifolia (Proteacea) : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6)
It is my pleasure to share few images of Grevillea pteridifolia (Proteaceae)
Habit: Tall tree
Habitat: Cultivated.
Sighting: Channarayapatna, Hassan, Karnataka, about 800 msl 
Date: 24-12-2014 
very nice two cases of Grevillea. why are they cultivated that too on a hill or its slope?
The first one, G.pteridifolia is occassionally seen.
The second one G.robusta commonly called silver oak is extensively planted in the Malnad region of Karnataka as a shade plant in Coffee plantations. It is also a very popular Farm foerstry sp. Incidentally Chikmagalur happens to be the largest producer of silver oak wood in India... Wood in very great demand for packing cases and recently for veneers
Very beautiful pics ..., this species is new for me...!!

Grevillea excelsior in FOI : 2 posts by 1 author.

Corrected now.
 
 
 
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