BANKSIA prionotes. Indigenous to Western Australia the Acorn Banksia is a common and widespread species, generally reaching around 4 metres in cultivation .The leaves are linear, and have deeply serrated margins. The cylindrical flower spikes are conspicuous as they occur at the end of the branches and have a distinct acorn shape. The flowers open orange in colour usually during autumn and winter. An outstanding ornamental species and ideal for cut flower production.
Waxflower Geraldton Waxflower is a West Australian native flowering bush that produces an ubundance of tiny round pink, purple or white flowers. Waxflower one of the most widely-used cut flowers from Australia, because of its hardiness, longevity and usefulness in floral arranging, as a colourful ‘filler’ flower.
Indigenous to the mid-west coast of Western Australia; linear leaves 15-30 cm long by 25 mm wide and are deeply lobed with triangular teeth. The cylindrical flower spikes are conspicuous as they occur at the end of the branches
Western Australian wildflowers Handsome Wedgepea....one of the pea family....Here's how the tiny fab-flowers of the pea family work.. A heavy, nectar-hunting bee lands on a wing petal, which depresses on the keel. ...The keel splits open exposing the stigma and ten stamens to the underside of the insect.