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5m x 3m
Cones of yellow brush like flowers during autumn, dark green leaves with white underneath, bird attracting, good hardy coastal tree, lime tolerant
Full sun to part shade
Cut flower arrangements, screens, windbreaks, hedges and specimens
Banksia integrifolia ‘Coastal Banksia’ 8″ Pot
Banksia integrifolia or ‘Coastal Banksia’ is a hardy native found down the Eastern coastline of Australia. Often seen in windswept and sculptural shapes along beach fronts, when placed in a less hostile environment, they can become quite beautiful, bushy specimen plants. They grow anywhere between 4m – 10m and 1m – 5m wide, depending on their environment. During autumn and winter their yellow flowers form into large cones, rich with nectar. These stunning flowers attract lots of bird life, particularly cockatoos and honey-eaters. Coastal Banksia is a slow grower and can handle a wide range of soil types.
8″ pot size.