Description The Woolly Orange Banksia is a dense shrub with smooth grey bark growing to five metres tall. The leaves are long and narrow, growing to 30cm in length and 3 cm wide, with large triangular lobes along the mid rib. It produces acorn shaped clusters of orange flowers in summer and autumn. The flower clusters are about 12 cm long. The fruit is a woody cone with up to thirty follicles. The plant does not have a lignotuber and regenerates from seed after bush fire.
Height 2m - 5m
Spread 2m - 5m
Habitat grows on sandy soil in shrubland.
Wildlife Interest birds, nectar
Distribution Banksia victoriae is found on the west coast of Western Australia around Geraldton.