SpecificationsBanksia menziesii is a decorative tree with thick, woolly branches and serrated, dark green leaves. Produces a profusion of acorn-shaped red flowers during autumn and winter. Ideal as a feature tree, in parks or a specimen tree. The flowers are bird attracting and can be cut for a floral arrangement. Thrives in any well drained soil in full sun or part shade position, tolerating extended dry periods and frost, when established. Prune after flowering to promote new growth. Banksia menziesii can grow up to 7m high and 3m wide.
Common Name Firwood Banksia Plant Type Coastal, Evergreen, Native Australian Plant, Native West Australian Plant, Outdoor, Perennial, Revegetation, Tree Range No Dimensions 7m high x 3m wide Sunlight Full Sun Bird/Wildlife Attracting No Australian Native Yes Deciduous No Evergreen Yes Flower Colour Red Foliage Colour Green Botanical Genus Banksia Botanical Species menziesii Flower Type Cylindrical - Eg. Callistemon Banksia Foliage Type Linear - Parallel Margins, Elongate Width 300 cm Height 700 cm
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