Yellow Flame Grevillea
The flowers of this shrub produce a sweet nectar and is enjoyed not only by
birds, but also by Aboriginals as a sweet treat.
The shrub flowers in winter and spring, but can flower any time dependent on
rain. Growing up to 3 m, the racemes in terminal panicles are about 10-20 cm
long and is pale green in bud, turning to a golden yellow as it opens from the
base to the tip of the flower.