A prostrate or erect shrub from Western Australia that has 2 subspecies.
1. Grevillea curviloba subsp. curviloba is a variable plant.
It can grow as a low ground cover or a shrub up to 2 m high.
It has wide, dark to grey-green leaves up to 5 cm long divided into lobes.
Axillary inflorescences are up to 3 cm long and wide.
The creamy white flowers, up to 1 cm long by 0.5 cm wide, are on short stalks.
2. Grevillea curviloba subsp. incurva has narrower leaves that are curved.