The Woolly grevillea (Grevillea lanigera) belongs to the family Proteaceae. It is an evergreen shrub that is native to south-eastern Australia. It grows in moist, rocky places in scrub, woodland and forest, and can reach a height of 2 m. The leaves are narrowly oblong to more or less linear, with the edges turned down or rolled under. The pale pink to red and cream-colored flowers bloom mainly from July to December. The fruit is a shaggy-hairy, elliptic to oblong follicle 10-15 mm long.