Southern Silky Oak

Grevillea robusta, also known as silk oak, is a fast-growing evergreen tree native to Australia. It can reach up to 30 meters in height and has fern-like foliage. Its flowers are golden-orange toothbrush-shaped spikes that bloom in winter and spring, attracting birds and bees. The tree is adaptable to different soil types and can tolerate drought and salt spray. Its strong and durable wood makes it useful for furniture and construction. It is also planted as an ornamental tree in parks and gardens. However, it is considered invasive in some areas outside of its native range.

Southern Silky Oak

(Grevillea robusta)


Hard Wood

Image 1 of Southern Silky Oak