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Saw Banksia Overview
Banksia serrata is an evergreen shrub or tree from the Proteaceae family. Commonly known by the names Saw Banksia, Old Man Banksia, Saw-Tooth Banksia, Red Honeysuckle and Wiriyagan. This species has a short trunk with wrinkled bark, with leathery toothed leaves. It produces large greenish-cream spikes, which will appear in the summer.
Common problems with Saw Banksia
How to propagate Saw Banksia
You can propagate by seeds in the spring.
Other uses of Saw Banksia
Grown for the flowers, foliage and overall appearance.