OLIVE-LEAVED HAKEA FACTS
Map is from The Atlas of Living Australia web site, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License
The Olive-leaved Hakea (Hakea oleifolia) is a tall shrub or small tree with upright growth habit. It has light green oblong lanceolate leaves with a leathery texture. The laves are crowded and some have irregular teeth. White scented flowers are produced in dense clusters at the base the leaves. The main flowering is in spring. The fruits are oval and woody with a small beak or horn near the tip. Each fruit contains two winged seeds in common with most Hakeas.
Height: 4m - 9m
Spread: 3m - 6m
|Common Name:||Olive-leaved Hakea|
Relatives in same Genus