Grevillea robusta (Australian silver oak) - Plant
It is a fast-growing evergreen tree, between 18?35 m (59?115 ft) tall, with dark green delicately dented bipinnatifid leaves reminiscent of a fern frond. It is the largest plant in the Grevillea genus, reaching trunk diameters in excess of 1 m (3 ft). The leaves are generally 15?30 cm (6?12 in) long with greyish white or rusty undersides. Its flowers are golden-orange bottlebrush-like blooms, between 8?15 cm (3?6 in) long, in the spring, on a 2?3 cm long stem and are used for honey production.