Description Burma Road Banksia is a small shrub growing to about two metres tall. The leaves are fine needle-shaped and 1 cm to 2 cm in length. It produces oval clusters of pale yellow or creamy brown flowers in spring and summer. The flowers are followed by woody cones containing up to eighty follicles. It used to be classed as a form of Banksia sphaerocarpa, but is now considered a separate species.
Height 1m - 2m
Spread 1m - 3m
Habitat grows on sandy soil on heathland and scrubland
Wildlife Interest birds, nectar
Distribution Banksia scabrella is found south of Geraldton on the west coast of Western Australia,