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.

Banksia seed pod

Way to use multi layered felt resist ? After the fires, book "Beyond the Smoke" John Tiddy Photography Victoria Australia

Banksia seed pods - they always look scary to me because they were the baddies in Snugglepot & Cuddlepie books ...The Big Bad Banksia Men used to steal the little gumnut babies By geoffreycrane, via Flickr

Banksia seed pods - they always look scary to me because they were the baddies in Snugglepot & Cuddlepie books .The Big Bad Banksia Men used to steal the little gumnut babies.

Plants that belong to the genus Banksia bear unique and beautiful flowers like the flowers of Baxter’s Banksia. It is a shrub that occurs along the Western Australia. It is also commonly called Bird’s Nest Banksia.

baxteri (Birds Nest Banksia), a species used in the cut flower trade, cultivated near Colac, Victoria

Banksia burdettii (Burdett's Banksia) is a species of large shrub or small tree in the plant genus Banksia. It occurs on sandplain country north of Gingin, Western Australia. This evergreen shrub has sturdy, serrated grey green leaves, and can grow to a height of 4 metres (13 ft)

Banksia burdettii : Burdett's Banksia is a large shrub or small tree that normally grows to around four metres in height. The grey green leaves are long and narrow with.

**Banksia Seed Pods by Judy O'Neil

Wallum Banksia (Banksia aemula) The seed follicles split open after a fire or spontaneously & release seeds 4 - in length.

Banksia seed pods

Seeds of Banksia plants are dispersed via two-valved seed capsules that open in high fire temperatures.

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