Grevillea baileyana (Findlay’s silky, White Oak, Bailey’s Silky oak) – Tube stock


Altitudinal range from sea level to 900 m.
Grows in well developed lowland rain forest, gallery forest and drier, more seasonal rain forest.
This species is favoured by disturbance and is a characteristic species of regrowth in the area of its occurrence.

10 in stock



Oak grain in the wood and a corresponding pattern in the inner blaze.

Oak grain in the twigs. Leaf blades about 9-21 x 1-5 cm. Mature leaves rusty brown on the underside. Young leafy twigs rusty brown. Lateral veins forming loops (sometimes a double series of loops) inside the blade margin.

Racemes +/- cylindricalPerianth tube +/- cylindrical, not dilated in the lower half. Hypogynous gland one, horseshoe-shaped, +/- surrounding the base of the gynophore. Ovules 2 per ovaryStigma flat or domed, +/- lateral on the end of the style.

Fruits about 12-14 x 7-9 mm. Seeds with a marginal wing, seed + wing about 11-12 x 6-7 mm.

Cotyledons oblong to obovateEndocarp hard and horny. 10-15 mm long, upper surface and margin with a few short pale hairs. First pair of leaves sometimes simple, usually deeply trilobed. At the tenth leaf stage: leaf blade glabrous or sparsely pubescent, deeply 3-5-lobed, each lobe with a central main vein and lateral veinsSeed germination time 15 to 22 days.


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