A fast growing, low-branching, small evergreen tree to 10m with superb
blue green foliage displayed on a graceful, slightly weeping form.
A flurry of soft yellow honey-scented flowers covers the plant in late winter.
Thrives in coastal conditions and quite drought tolerant when established.
A small to medium bushy rainforest tree to 10 m with Striking bright white fruit hat is produced during winter.
A good food source for birds and can be
Eaten by humans. Fruits have a orange
flavour with a pleasant aromatic peppery
Enjoys a well-drained soil and sunny aspect,
and benefits from extra water and fertiliser
A tall bushy tree that usually grows to 2-3 m in height, although in richer soils it can reach 7 metres tall. Pruning plants can increase their
Often planted to attract birds such as finches,
lorikeets and cockatoos that build nests
in the branches and feed on the flowers and
They are also beneficial in soil stabilisation and
Coast Banksia is an attractive shrub or
tree from 8-15m with upright, cylindrical
heads of pale yellow flowers, suitable for
coastal planting in frost-free, temperate areas.
Flowering occurs from April to September,
and sporadically at other times.
Prefers sandy, well draining soils and is
wind and salt tolerant