Australian Native Plants

  Banksia spinulosa 'Honeypots'


Banksia spinulosa 'Honeypots' photo
Banksia spinulosa 'Honeypots'



Photograph by Suellen Harris. Some rights reserved.    (view image details)




PLANT FACTS

Description
Banksia spinulosa var. 'Honey Pots' is a small shrub that grows to a height of one metre. The leaves are long and narrow with fine serrations around the edge. It produces cylindrical spikes of golden yellow flowers to about 20 cm tall. This cultivar originated in Victoria.

Height
0.2m

Spread
1.2m

Propagation
cuttings,

Wildlife Interest
birds, seed, nectar, insects

Classification
Class:Magnoliopsida
Order:Proteales
Family:Proteaceae
Genus:Banksia
Species:spinulosa
Variety:'Honeypots'


Relatives in same Genus
  Banksia aculeata
  Banksia aemula
  Banksia anatona
  Banksia ashbyi
  Banksia attenuata
  Banksia audax
  Banksia baueri
  Banksia baxteri
  Banksia benthamiana
  Banksia blechnifolia
  Banksia brownii
  Banksia burdettii
  Banksia caleyi
  Banksia candolleana
  Banksia canei
  Banksia carlinoides
  Banksia chamaephyton
  Banksia coccinea
  Banksia conferta ssp conferta
  Banksia conferta ssp penicillata
  Banksia cuneata
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