Hakea lissocarpha is an erect or sprawling lignotuberous shrub native to Western Australia, naturally occuring from Kalbarri to Israelite bay. This strongly scented native plant produces dense, lime green prickly foliage and white to pink scented flowers during winter and spring. Ideal for native gardens, revegetation projects, embankments, low hedging and makes an ideal screen or bird refuge. Prefers a sunny or partly shaded position with well drained sandy soil. Drought and frost tolerant once established Hakea lissocarpha grows to a height of 1.5m and a width of 1.5m.Hakea lissocarpha is an erect or sprawling lignotuberous shrub native to Western Australia naturally occuring from Kalbarri to Israelite bay. This strongly scented native plant produces dense lime green prickly foliage and white to pink scented flowers during winter and spring. Ideal for native gardens revegetation projects embankments low...
|Common Name||Honey Bush|
|Plant Type||Evergreen / Native Australian Plant / Native West Australian Plant / Perennial / Shrub / Wetlands|
|Dimensions||150cm high x 150cm wide|
|Sunlight||Full Sun / Part Sun|
|Flower Colour||Cream / Pink / White|
|Flowering Season||Spring / Winter|
|Flower Type||Terminal Clusters|
|Foliage Type||Acicular - Needle Shaped/Scale Like - Conifers|
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