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Banksias are an iconic Australian plant, unmistakable in appearance. They're tough natives, able to thrive in difficult climates and soils. Birds and nectivorous mammals love the sweet flowers.

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  1. Banksia aemula - wallum banksia

    Banksia aemula - wallum banksia

    Distinctive native beach and coast banksia. Salt tolerant, likes dry sandy soils but happy in less well-drained soils too. Creamy flowers in autumn-winter, loved by birds and flower arrangers. Decorative 'lumpy' seed pods. Grows to 8m unclipped but generally much shorter (especially in a windswept site), and 3m wide. Learn More
  2. Banksia Honey Pots

    Banksia Honey Pots

    Dwarf form of the popular native Banksia spinulosa, reaching 1m. Honey-scented golden flowers from autumn to early spring. Attractive groundcover or feature shrub in smaller gardens. Learn More

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  3. Banksia integrifolia - coastal banksia

    Banksia integrifolia - coastal banksia

    Hardy versatile Australian native, suited to coastal plantings, street trees, revegetation, soil stabilisation. Nectar rich in winter - a good tree for beekeepers. Occurs in the wild from southern VIC to QLD, as a shrub in exposed locations to a 25m tree in sheltered spots - so plant it to allow for future growth! Learn More
  4. Banksia robur - swamp banksia

    Banksia robur - swamp banksia

    Tough spreading shrub with bright felty new growth and impressive gold-tan flower spikes. Can cope with moist or seasonally flooded soils, and will regenerate after fire like a phoenix. Learn More
  5. Banksia spinulosa - hairpin banksia

    Banksia spinulosa - hairpin banksia

    Large shrub or small tree with rich golden orange flowers, loved by native wildlife. Prefers sandy or clay soils, happy in tropical or temperate climates. The parent plant of Birthday Candles. Learn More

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