Banksia

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Banksia Integrifolia cone: Australian flower

Banksia Integrifolia cone: Australian flower (well it WAS)

The banksia integrifolia flower after it has expired... revealing the gorgeous 'spine' of the flower which turns into this lovely banksia cone. I've been fascinated with these cones since i was a kid. i love the patterns of these "Big Bad Banksia Men". borrowed friends Nikon D70

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Banksia Occidentalis - February Flowers

February Flowers

What's flowering in February? February is a bridge between seasons, with availability of some late summer flowers as well as some early autumn blooms. The first thing I notice as a grower is that the Protea Pink Ice begin to bloom again in larger numbers. They look fresh and clean as their autumn flush begins towards the end of February. Protea Pink Ice available in good quantities in February They are a great flower adding colour with their pink outer bracts and purple centres, but also…

Heath Banksia (Banksia ericifolia)

Banksia ericifolia - Heath Banksia

Sturt's Desert Pea flowers, a native of all mainland Australian states with the exception of Victoria. Floral Emblem of South Australia and the Northern Territory.

Flowers and Plants Archives - Home & Garden

Bright lime green 'candle' flowers of Banksia attenuata #Australian #native …

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The Teasel Banksia is a small dense shrub that occurs on the south coast of Western Australia from Fitzgerald River National Park east to Israelite Bay.

BANKSIA pulchella - View All

Suppliers of fresh viable Australian native, exotic, flower, vegetable and herb seeds

The Teasel Banksia is a small dense shrub that occurs on the south coast of Western Australia from Fitzgerald River National Park east to Israelite Bay.

BANKSIA pulchella - View All

Suppliers of fresh viable Australian native, exotic, flower, vegetable and herb seeds

16. Banksia spinulosa 'Black Magic'

A high country native garden at Cloudy Hill - GardenDrum

After a tree change to central NSW, Fiona and Alex have created a native garden that flourishes despite the harsh conditions of the high country.