Description Propeller Banksia is a dense spreading shrub. It has long narrow linear leaves that grow 15cm tom 40cm long, with triangular serrated margins. The orange yellow flower spikes are about 6cm to 7.5cm wide and fairly short. The flowers appear from autumn to winter and turn into grey spikes with one to five large woody follicles. The plant regenerates from a woody lignotuber after bush fire damage.
Height 1m - 1.5m
Spread 1m - 3m
Habitat grows on sandy and gravel soils in sand plain country
Wildlife Interest birds, nectar
Distribution found in wester parts of Western Australia between Perth and Geraldton