Banksia serrata, saw banksia, red honeysuckle, old man banksia

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  • Title:  Banksia serrata, saw banksia, red honeysuckle, old man banksia
  • Description:  A character tree developing a thick, cork-like bark. Very large, prominent flowers are variable in colour, from yellowish-green to an orange-red colour. They are borne from mid-summer to winter. There is an attractive, ground-cover form known as 'Austraflora Pygmy Possum'. A long-lived species that is both salt wind and frost tolerant. Old bushes may form small trees of 5m in height, but a 3 - 4m dense shrub is the more usual habit.
  • Owner:  Matthews Botanical Images
  • Views:  383
  • ID:  644
  • Keywords:  banksia serrata, old man banksia, proteaceae, red honeysuckle, saw banksia
  • Added:  May 20, 2016
  • Created:  Sept 8, 2008
  • Filename:  Banksia_serrata.jpg
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  • Date Created: 2008-09-08 00:00:00
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