Banksia aemula, Wallum banksia

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  • Title:  Banksia aemula, Wallum banksia
  • 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 naturally occurs along a large part of the Australian east coast from Bundaberg in Queensland to Sydney in New South Wales.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. This species is the floral and arboreal emblem for the City of the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. It was also one of the first banksia species to be cultivated successfully in England in 1788.
  • Owner:  Matthews Botanical Images
  • Views:  418
  • ID:  887
  • Keywords:  banksia aemula, proteaceae, wallum banksia
  • Added:  Feb 19, 2019
  • Created:  Feb 18, 2019
  • Filename:  B.aemula.jpg
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