Grevillea may act as a catalyst for those who know what they want to achieve but may not know how to go about it. It promotes independence, self-sufficiency and boldness.
Aboriginal use: Grevillea flowers were a traditional favourite among Aborigines for their sweet nectar. This could be shaken onto the hand to enjoy, or into a coolamon (dish) with a little water to make a sweet drink. They might be referred to as the original “bush lollies”. The flower heads were used for sweets and drinks but seeds were used for food as well. As grevilleas attract birds to nest in them, they were also a source of eggs and bird meat during early spring.