Description Banksia lullfitzii is a spreading shrub growing to two metres in height. the plant is named after Frederick Lullfitz, but has does not appear to have a well known common name. It has long narrow deeply serrated leaves that grow to from 20 cm to about 40 cm in length, and around 10 mm to 15 mm wide. It produces spikes of orange or orange-brown flowers, which are about 10 cm in diameter, in winter and spring. The fruit is a woody cone with up to thirty follicles.
Height 1m - 2m
Spread 1.5m - 2m
Habitat grows on sandy soil on heathland
Wildlife Interest birds, nectar
Distribution found in scattered populations from west of Esperance to west of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia,