Description Burdett's Banksia is a large shrub or small tree that normally grows to around four metres in height. The grey green leaves are long and narrow with even triangular serrated margins. The plant produces large orange or apricot flower spikes of flowers between January and May. The flowers are followed by woody fruit cones.
Height 3m - 4m
Spread 3m - 4m
Habitat grows in sandy soil in sand plain country
Wildlife Interest attracts honeyeaters
Distribution found north of Perth in south west of Western Australia