Cool looking plant (Banksia)

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

Scarlet banksia flowers, Banksia coccinea, Fitzgerald River National Park, Australia

Banksia coccinea, commonly known as the Scarlet Banksia, Waratah Banksia or…

Banksia Menziesii (Firewood Banksia) The pods only open to release the seeds after a wildfire has cleared the land.

Banksia Menziesii (Firewood Banksia) The pods only open to release the seeds after a wildfire has cleared the land. Interesting analogy to life transformation!

Scarlet Banksia (banksia coccinea), Western Australia

GOD IS SIMPLY AMAZING! Banksia coccinea, Western Australia The Scarlet Banksia can still be found in a few nature reserves and national parks in the SW of Australia. It flowers in spring. It is to a minor extent grown for cut flowers, too.

Banksia Occidentalis - February Flowers

proteas and native flowers grown fresh in beautiful south-eastern Tasmania, weddings and floral design

Australian Flowers: Banksias & Dryandra by Rachel Newling. Hand-coloured linocut on handmade Japanese paper,  Rachel Newling Hand-coloured linocut on handmade Japanese paper Это вручную раскрашенная линогравюра на японской бумаге ручного изготовления!

Австралийская флора и фауна в графике

pretty things Australian Flowers: Banksias & Dryandra by Rachel Newling. Hand-coloured linocut on handmade Japanese paper, 75 x 50 cm

Margaret Preston  Australian printmaker

✽ margaret preston - 'old banksia tree' - woodblock print - national gallery of australia © margaret preston - licensed by VISCOPY australia

Banksia saxicola needs fire or extreme heat to open and drop it's seed.

Banksia saxicola needs fire or extreme heat to open and drop it's seed. Over time the colours turn to shades of grey.

Margaret Preston Woodblock 'Banksia' 1925

Banksia, c. 1925 Woodcut, 25 x 25 cm by Margaret Rose (MacPherson) Preston Australia. Stage 5 students can use the printmaking practice of Australian Margaret Preston as a resource in a printmaking unit.

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