Dryandra

Dryandras are closely related to Banksias, Grevilleas and Hakea, and like many proteas have many individual flowers clustered into a globe-shaped inflorescences. Some blooms open up like a shaving brush, while others appear to be closed with distinct outer bracts. Colors are usually restricted to bronze and yellow or maroon. Foliage can be very inconsistent, some have very narrow leaves with small jagged edges, others a coarse, fishbone look, and others have large leaves like a banksia.
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A Passion for Flowers _Dryandra

A Passion for Flowers _Dryandra

Dryandra ferruginea

Dryandra ferruginea

Dryandra heliantha

Another unique to Western Australia banksia: Yellow and pink-flowered forms of Dryandra quercifolia (Banksia heliantha) Photos: Margaret Pieroni.

Dryandra polycephala

Banksia polycephala : The Many-headed Dryandra is a shrub growing to around three metres in height. The plant has narrow serrated leaves and heads of yellow flowers to

Dryandra polycephala

Dryandra polycephala

Golden Dryandra

One native rarity survives, precariously, outside the fence around Barna Mia Reserve. It is the Numbat ( Myrmecobius fasciatus ), a highly.

Golden Dryandra

One native rarity survives, precariously, outside the fence around Barna Mia Reserve. It is the Numbat ( Myrmecobius fasciatus ), a highly.

Dryandra nivea

Dryandra nivea

Dryandra quercifolia

Dryandra quercifolia


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