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Hakea archaeoides is a large shrub or small tree. It produces clusters of red and yellow flowers from spring to early summer. The flower racemes develop in the leaf axils on older wood and are up to 80mm long. The fruit is woody capsules about 3cm to 4cm long. The leaves are oblong with three conspicuous longitudinal veins and grow to 25cm long and 1cm to 3cm wide. The flowers occur in spring to early summer forming pendulous . Hakea archaeoides is closely related to Hakea trineura which is restricted to the Rockhampton region of Queensland.
5m - 7m
3m - 4m
good bird refuge plant. The flowers are attractive to honeyeating birds
north coast of New South Wales.
Relatives in same Genus