Grevillea lavandulacea is a small spreading shrub that grows to about 20cm and spreads to about 1m.
It is suitable for rockeries and as ground-cover.
It can also be grown in large pots and containers.
The leaves are small, narrow to elliptical, mid-green with a silvery grey downy underside.
During early autumn to early spring the plant is covered with small clusters of deep pink and white flowers.
Once established it is quite a hardy variety tolerating both frosts and drought.