"Banksia cuneata, commonly known as Matchstick Banksia or Quairading Banksia, is an endangered species of flowering plant in the Proteaceae family. Endemic to southwest Western Australia ... [t]he common name Matchstick Banksia arises from the blooms in late bud, the individual buds of which resemble matchsticks."
Grevillea Superb/Australia A medium shrub with large flowers in with a blend of salmon, apricot and lemon through out most of the year. Evergreen drought hardy shrubs with attractive foliage and masses of flowers. Bird attracting. Ideal for a small hedge or screen (plant 1m apart for a hedge). It can grow in full sun to part shade position. Grows 1-1.5m high x 1.5-2m wide.