Banksia aemula, Wallum banksia, banyalla

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  • Title:  Banksia aemula, Wallum banksia, banyalla
  • Description:  Closely related to Banksia serrata, this eastern Australian species is sometimes used for sand dune stabilisation as it naturally occurs in sandy, coastal areas. It forms a strong, small tree or dense shrub up to 8m in height. The pale green flowers are produced over autumn and winter. Popular with nectar seeking birds. Easily grown in a range of soil types and can withstand quite hard frosts once established.
  • Owner:  Matthews Botanical Images
  • Views:  166
  • ID:  295
  • Keywords:  Banksia aemula, Proteaceae, Wallum banksia
  • Added:  Sept 9, 2015
  • Created:  Aug 17, 2015
  • Filename:  Banksia_aemula.jpg
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