SEA URCHIN HAKEA FACTS
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Sea Urchin Hakea
The Sea Urchin Hakea is an upright shrub or small tree It produces globular clusters of pink and cream flowers in autumn and winter (March to July). The pale grey leaves are alternate and 4cm to 150cm in length and 1cm to 6cm wide. Leaves are elliptic or spathulate and undissected with smooth margins. Fruit is woody seed capsules about 2cm to 3.5cm long and 1cm to 2cm wide.
2m - 10m
2m - 6m
found on loam and granite soils
The Sea Urchin Hakea is endemic to south-west of Western Australia.
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