Banksia scabrella

kalaryder

Baldivis, Australia

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Banksia scabrella, commonly known as the Burma Road Banksia, is a species of woody shrub in the genus Banksia. It occurs in a number of isolated populations south of Geraldton, Western Australia, with the largest population being south and east of Mount Adams. Found on sandy soils in heathland or shrubland, it grows to 2 m (7 ft) high and 3 m (10 ft) across with fine needle-like leaves. Under threat.

Photo taken in Kings Park Perth in Western Australia
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Featured in
Gorgeous Flower Cards Group 04/04/2012
Banksia Group 10/09/2018
For All Photographers Group 15/09/2018

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