Silver Oak Seeds (Grevillea robusta)
Scientific Name:- Grevillea robusta
Shape:- Round flat
Size:- 0 .5 cm
Color: Brownish red
Usage: Germination (not for oil extraction)
Age: Fresh(less than a year, good for germination)
Packing: -5, 10,20,25,50 (P/P)
Category:- Tree / Forestry Seeds
Common name: silver oak
Botanical name: Grevillea robusta
English Name : silver oak
Family : Proteaceae
Grevillea robusta, commonly known as the southern silky oak or silky oak, or Australian silver oak, is the largest species in the genus Grevillea of the family Proteaceae. It is not closely related to the true oaks, Quercus. It is a native of eastern coastal Australia, in riverine, subtropical and dry rainforest environments receiving more than 1,000 mm per year of average rainfall.
It is a fast-growing evergreen tree, between 18â35 m (59â115 ft) tall, with dark green delicately dented bipinnatifid leaves reminiscent of a fern frond. It is the largest plant in the Grevillea genus, reaching diameters in excess of 1 m (3 ft). The leaves are generally 15â30 cm (6â12 in) long with greyish white or rusty undersides.
Its flowers are golden-orange bottlebrush-like blooms, between 8â15 cm (3â6 in) long, in the spring, on a 2â3 cm long stem and are used for honey production. Like others of its genus, the flowers have no petals, instead they have a long calyx that splits into 4 lobes. The seeds mature in late winter to early spring, fruiting on dark brown leathery dehiscent follicles, about 2 cm long, with one or two flat, winged seeds.
Before the advent of aluminium, the timber from this tree was widely used for external window joinery as it is resistant to rotting. It was also popular for making furniture. There are severe restrictions on the harvesting of this tree now as the number of trees became depleted. Silver Oak is a valuable timber and was one of Australiaâs best known cabinet timbers.
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