Black Cockatoos with Banksia by Australian artist Leslie Vander Sluys

Black Cockatoos with Banksia, linocut by Australian artist Leslie Vander Sluys

Ferdinand Lucas Bauer, Banksia coccinea (Scarlet Banksia) - illustrationes florae novae hallandiae, early 19th century

Australian Botanical Illustration Banksia coccinea Scarlet Banksia artist: Ferdinand Bauer from: 'Illustrationes Florae Novae Hollandiae' by Ferdinand Bauer

'Coral and Banksia,' oil on canvas, Margaret Preston, 1939. Gift of Eva and Marc Besen 2002, TarraWarra Museum of Art Collection.

'Coral and Banksia,' oil on canvas, Margaret Preston, Gift of Eva and Marc Besen TarraWarra Museum of Art Collection.

Banksia serrata. A species of woody shrub native to east coast Australia. One of the four original Banksia species collected by Joseph Banks in 1770.   Illustration: 1773, John Frederick Miller

Historical botanical illustration of the day

Banksia serrata Saw Banksia artist: Sydney Parkinson - From: original illustration held in the Natural History Museum.

Banksia serrata

Historical botanical illustration of the day

Banksia serrata Saw Banksia artist: Sydney Parkinson - From: original illustration held in the Natural History Museum.

banksia serrata stamp  margaret stones

Banksia stamp designed by Margaret Stones via Australian National Botanic Gardens.

banksia, kangaroo paw, leucadendron and spear grass

- Balagorang - An impressive and long-lasting bouquet typically including banksia, kangaroo paw and leucadendron, wrapped and tied in natural tones.

Banksia speciosa

Banksia speciosa - the Showy Banksia - is a beautiful member of the Protea family from southern Australia

Banksia spinulosa?

Flowering from autumn through to early spring, in a sunny position. Can attract nectar eating birds and insects.

Detail of banksia tapestry,  Dimity Kidston

Detail of banksia tapestry, Dimity Kidston

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