Honeysuckle Oak
(Banksia integrifolia subsp integrifolia)

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Banksia integrifolia

This small, flowering feature tree from south-eastern Australia grows up to 10m. Tolerating a range of sites and conditions, this tough, small, attractive tree is particularly useful for coastal and dry climate gardens. It forms creamy-yellow bottlebrush flowers up to 12cm in length. This plant is a nectar, seed source and nesting site for birds.

Type
Native
Maintenance
Low
Water use
Minimal
Lifecycle
Perennial
Container
Zero
Size
Trees 7 metres +
Foliage
Evergreen
Zones
Semi-arid with winter rain, Moist temperate with warm summers, Winter rains with dry summers, Moist temperate with hot summers
Soils
Sandy, Loam
Tolerances
Frost, Wind, Salt
Regions
Habitat plants, Water efficient plants, Wagga Wagga (Salt Tolerant), Yarra Valley Water plants
Shade levels
Full sun
Flowering seasons
Winter, Summer
Colours
Yellow, Green, White
Gardens
Mediterranean, Nature strip