|Grevillea baueri subsp. var.||Bauers grevillea|
Grevillea baueri is a low-growing shrub which is endemic to the coastal ranges of south-eastern New South Wales in Australia. It usually grows up to 1 metre in height and 2 metres in width.Flowers are produced in late winter and spring. These have a red perianth with a cream tip and a green-tipped red style. 
This species has attractive foliage and flowers although the latter blacken after maturity, which can detract from the overall appearance. It is frost hardy in Australia and preferes a position with reasonable drainage and in full sun or partial shade.
Plants are propagated by cuttingswp.
Pests and diseases
Two subspecies are currently recognised:
- G. baueri subsp. asperula
- G. baueri subsp. baueri 
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Template:Flora of Australia Online
- ↑ Wrigley, J.W and Fagg, M. (1989). Bankias, Waratahs & Grevilleas. Australia: Collins. ISBN 0 7322 0020 2.