Red flowering Grevillea juniperina prickly spider flower - Stock Image

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Grevillea juniperina is a flowering shrub that is native to New South Wales in Australia. It is evergreen, and because of its spiny needles it has the appearance of a flowering fir tree. It is known as the juniper or juniper-leaved Grevillea, and because of their shape the red flowers are described as spider flowers.

Spine-like leaves are an adaptation to life in dry conditions, and this shrub, when grown in a garden, prefers full sunlight.

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