Published in Cult. Prot. 126 in 1809.
A handsome shrub, growing wild in the vicinity of Port Jackson, to the height of 9 or 10 feet, whic flowered and ripened seeds for the first time in Europe, at Springwll, the late villa of E.J.A. Woodford Esq.
Synonym of Telopea speciosissima (Sm.) R.Br.