The leaves look like so many other grevilleas, they have sort of a ferny look to them but they are not soft. They are alternate, pinnately compound, 8 - 10" long, with 11-23 deeply dissected leaflets, light gray green with silver lower surfaces (one of the common names is silver oak).
Stems are silky when young covered with short rust colored hairs.
The flowers are yellowish orange arranged in 5-7" long clusters. Individual flowers are in pairs on short stalks. The color comes mostly from the reproductive parts.
Bark is nothing special.
Misidentification: Not likely
3201 Merrill St, about a dozen planted on the perimeter of a housing development
Corner of Mission and Chestnut Extension.
441 High St.
902 Hanover. In Back yard but very visible.
247 Marnell Ave.