Membership is available to members of an ANPSA-affiliated Regional Society. If you are not a member of a Regional Society, please contact the Society located in your State or Territory for further information.
For more information or to join please send a request using the following form (please note that all fields are mandatory* – you may edit the ‘Message’ field if necessary).
Grevillea Study Group FormSignup form for the Grevillea Study Group that sends a notification to the Study Group leader.
Regular newsletters are published several times per year to record activities and experiences of Group members in cultivating grevilleas, keeping up to date on scientific knowledge of the genus and reporting on field trips to various parts of Australia.
The newsletters are available for download as is an Index to Issues 1 to 100.
The most recent Newsletters will be uploaded about a year in arrears, so that current Study Group members have privileged access to current content.
The Index to issues 1 to 100 of the newsletters is is divided into the following sections:
Note: The Index and the newsletters are in pdf format.
Grevillea Species List
The Grevillea Study Group currently recognises 377 species and 99 subspecies.
The list differs slightly from the taxa recognised at specific/subspecies rank in or by implication in the Flora of Australia. The Study Group affords continued recognition to G. adpressa, G. apiciloba, G. magnifica, G. superba, G. microcarpa. It also recognises G. umbellulata subsp. acerosa. Other changes to recognitions in The Grevillea Book (1994-5) by Flora of Australia (2000) are here accepted.
Grevillea Plant Profiles
Profiles of over 50 Grevillea species and cultivars have been incorporated into the Grevillea section of the ANPSA website, which can be found under ‘Plant Guides > Common Plant Genera and Families’ .
Each profile includes a photograph and information on natural distribution, taxonomy, cultivation and propagation.
The Grevillea section of the website also covers the characteristics, cultivation and propagation of grevilleas generally, and includes references to other Grevillea resources.
A comprehensive bibliography of publications dealing with grevilleas is available (Updated April 2015.).
The bibliography includes books dealing with Grevillea specifically, general books on Australian native plants that reference grevillea and scientific publications.
These are a few internet and other resources on Grevillea that might prove useful – see also the Grevillea Bibliography, above:
- Burke, D (1983), Growing Grevilleas in Australia and New Zealand, Kangaroo Press, Kenthurst, New South Wales.
- Elliot, W. R and Jones D (1990), The Encyclopaedia of Australian Plants, Vol.5, Lothian Publishing Company Pty Ltd, Melbourne.
- McGillivray, D assisted by Makinson, R (1993), Grevillea, Melbourne University Press.
- Olde, P and Marriott, N (1994), The Grevillea Book, Vols.1,2,3, Kangaroo Press, Kenthurst, New South Wales.
- Wrigley, J and Fagg, M (1989), Banksias, Waratahs and Grevilleas, Collins Publishers, Australia.
Several issues of the Society’s journal “Australian Plants” are particularly useful for those interested in Grevillea.
- Vol 9, No.75 June 1978; Grevillea in Horticulture.
- Vol 13, No.108 September 1986; Many species described with photographs.
- Vol 14, No.115 June 1988; Tropical Grevillea hybrids with photographs.
- Vol 18, No.144 September 1995; Three threatened Grevilleas with photographs.
- Vol.21 No.170 March 2002; Popular hybrids; Propagation by seed and grafting; Cinderella Grevillea; Illawarra Grevillea Park; Grevillea for cut flowers; New cultivars.
- Vol.21 No.173 December 2002; The Grevillea ‘Robyn Gordon’ complex; Some rainforest Grevilleas.
- Vol.22 No.181 December 2004; Allergy to Grevilleas.
- Grafting Grevillea caleyi.
- Grevillea beadleana; A grevillea lost for almost 100 years
- Grevilleas as Plant Allergens
- Grevilleas for Cultivation
- Grevillea ‘Golden Lyre’.
- Grevillea ‘Poorinda Royal Mantle’.
- Growing Native Plants – a series of plant profiles by the Australian National Botanic Gardens; includes a number of grevilleas.
- Invasive Grevilleas on The Ridgeway
- Propagation of Grevilleas by Grafting
- Pruning Grevilleas
- A Short History of Grevillea Cultivation in England
- Rediscovering Grevillea rosmarinifolia
- Tissue Culture of Grevillea species at Mt Annan Botanic Garden
- Three Rare Grevilleas