Banksia integrifolia 'Coastal Banksia'
NOTE: Potted plants can not be sent to NT, WA & TAS addresses due to quarantine restrictions.
Banksia integrifolia 'Coastal Banksia': Produces a profusion of long, pale yellow flower-spikes, followed by silvery-grey cones.
|Common Name||Coastal Banksia|
|Botanical Name||Banksia integrifolia|
|Position||Full Sun, Part Shade|
|Cold Tolerance||Copes with coastal conditions, windy exposed sites and frost.|
|Flower Season||Spring, Autumn, Winter|
|Likes||Summer watering and pruning after flowering.|
|Swane's Says||Ideal as for coastal gardens and erosion control|
Banksia integrifolia 'Coastal Banksia': A medium-sized tree with rough, fissured, grey bark and dull green leaves.
The flowers provide winter colour in the garden, and attract nectar feeding birds.
Very low water requirement once established.