Banksia ashbyi is a decorative dense, low rounded shrub or small tree native to WA. Producing serrated blue-green foliage with brilliant large yellow-orange flower cones during spring and autumn. Excellent for attracting birds, as it is a natural feeding plant for the Carnaby Black cockatoo. Occurs naturally in red, yellow or white sand in coastal areas or red sand dunes and sandplains between Exmouth and Geraldton. A great feature plant, screen, wind break and can be planted in coastal gardens and median strips. Makes a fantastic cut flower specimen. Prefers a full sun position with well drained soil. Drought tolerant, water wise and is able to tolerate moderate frosts. Banksia ashbyi will grow to a height of 8mBanksia ashbyi is a decorative dense low rounded shrub or small tree native to WA. Producing serrated blue-green foliage with brilliant large yellow-orange flower cones during spring and autumn. Excellent for attracting birds as it is a natural feeding plant for the Carnaby Black cockatoo. Occurs naturally in red...
|Common Name||Ashby's Banksia|
|Plant Type||Evergreen / Native Australian Plant / Native West Australian Plant / Perennial / Shrub / Tree|
|Flower Colour||Orange / Yellow|
|Foliage Colour||Blue / Green|
|Flower Type||Terminal Clusters|
|Foliage Type||Linear - Parallel Margins, Elongate|
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