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Interior Landscape - Banksia

Interior Landscape - Banksia

Banksia Menziesii (Firewood Banksia) The pods only open to release the seeds after a wildfire has cleared the land.

Banksia Menziesii (Firewood Banksia) The pods only open to release the seeds after a wildfire has cleared the land. Interesting analogy to life transformation!

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 Occidentalis - February Flowers

proteas and native flowers grown fresh in beautiful south-eastern Tasmania, weddings and floral design

Banksia prionotes • Australian Native Plants Nursery • Plants • 800.701.6517

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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

Nodding banksia (banksia nutans) like natural Christmas tree ornaments! Native to Western Australia.

Nodding banksia (Banksia nutans) like natural Christmas tree ornaments! Native to Western Australia. This little beauty only makes an appearance in the nursery every now and then!

Filled with nectar, banksia play a critical role in our ecosystem as they are an important source of food to birds, bats, rats, possums, stingless bees and multitudes of invertebrates.

Beautiful in the garden or in a vase, these stunning Australian flowers are made even more beautiful because they’re all ours.

Banksia serrata by Sydney Parkinson from the voyage of HMS Endeavour (1768-1771), first trip devoted exclusively to scientific discovery.

Banksia serrata Saw Banksia artist: Sydney Parkinson - From: original illustration held in the Natural History Museum.

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

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).

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