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Banksia prionotes, commonly known as Acorn Banksia or Orange Banksia, is a species of shrub or tree of the genus Banksia in the family Proteaceae. It is native to the southwest of Western Australia

Eucalyptus macrocarpa - Western Australia

The fossils from Stony Creek, South Australia included relatives of <i>Eucalyptus macrocarpa</i>, also typical of Western Australia

BANKSIA splendida. Native to Western Australia. Flowers have a pungent sweetish scent similar to that of many species of Banksia, there are two subspecies, with both yellow and maroon flowered plants occurring in each subspecies.

Native to Western Australia. Flowers have a pungent sweetish scent similar to that of many species of Banksia, there are two subspecies, with both yellow and maroon flowered plants occurring in each subspecies.

Matchstick Banksia (Banksia Cuneata) from a restricted area in south Western Australia (central Wheatbelt).

Matchstick Banksia (Banksia Cuneata) from a restricted area in south Western Australia (central Wheatbelt).

Banksia splendida, commonly known as Shaggy Dryandra, is a shrub endemic to Western Australia. It was known as Dryandra speciosa until 2007

Banksia splendida, commonly known as Shaggy Dryandra, is a shrub endemic to Western Australia. It was known as Dryandra speciosa until Order: Proteales Family: Proteaceae Genus: Banksia

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

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

Banksia grandis  - Bull Banksia Coastal Shrub Form - © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images

Banksia grandis - Bull Banksia Coastal Shrub Form - © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images

Banksia occidentalis

Banksia Occidentalis 'Red Swamp Banksia' Grows: x Flowers: Aug- May Takes four to six years to start flowering, it struggles in humid conditions and prefers a Mediterranean climate and arid soil.

Golden Stalk Banksia (Banksia media) Occurs in the south coast of Western Australia where it is a common plant.

Golden Stalk Banksia: Banksia media [Family: Proteaceae] - Occurs in the south coast of Western Australia where it is a common plant

Propeller Banksia (Banksia candolleana). It occurs in sandplain country north of Gingin, Western Australia.

Propeller Banksia: Banksia candolleana - It occurs in sand-plain country north of Gingin, Western Australia.

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