~~ Banksia ~~

AUSTRALIAN NATIVE: Banksia - These Australian wildflowers and popular garden plants are easily recognized by their characteristic flower spikes and fruiting "cones" and heads.

bird feeding ~ this is the method at my house that attracts the most varieties, tallow and bird seed mix (some plain tallow) in netting.

bird feeding ~ tallow and bird seed mix (some plain tallow) in netting - No recipe - Picture only - this is the method attracts many varieties

Banksia flower

Banksia -The "big bad" Banksia Men are the villains in the story of 'Snugglepot and Cuddlepie' and are modelled on the appearance of aged Banksia "cones", By Australian author May Gibbs.

The Hairpin Banksia (Banksia spinulosa) is a species of woody shrub, of the genus Banksia in the Proteaceae family, native to eastern Australia. Widely distributed, it is found as an understorey plant in open dry forest or heathland from Victoria to northern Queensland, generally on sandstone though sometimes also clay soils. It generally grows as a small shrub to 2 metres (7 ft) in height, though can be a straggly tree to 6 metres (20 ft).

The Hairpin Banksia (Banksia spinulosa) is a species of woody shrub, of the genus Banksia in the Proteaceae family, native to eastern Australia.

The Hairpin Banksia (Banksia spinulosa) is a species of woody shrub, of the genus Banksia in the Proteaceae family, native to eastern Australia. Widely distributed, it is found as an understorey plant in open dry forest or heathland from Victoria to northern Queensland, generally on sandstone though sometimes also clay soils. It generally grows as a small shrub to 2 metres (7 ft) in height, though can be a straggly tree to 6 metres (20 ft).

The Hairpin Banksia (Banksia spinulosa) is a species of woody shrub, of the genus Banksia in the Proteaceae family, native to eastern Australia.

Banksia seminuda

A gorgeous blossom from the River Banksia tree, which can be found in Western Australia.

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