Grevillea dryandroides subspecies hirsuta, Proteaceae
This species is listed as Endangered and ranked as Rare Flora in Western Australia so it is protected by legislation. It is a low, clumping shrub to 50 cm high and it is distinguished by its suckering habit which spreads to 1m in diameter. Rigid branchlets support striking yellow-green or grey-green fern-like foliage which consists of deeply divided pinnate leaves that are 7-14cm in length. Subspecies hirsuta has persistently hairy grey-green leaves with lobes >12mm long. Typical subspecies dryandroides has yellow-green leaves with shorter lobes <10mm in length.
''Grevillea dryandroides'', commonly known as the phalanx grevillea, is a shrub native to the southern Western Australia.