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Australian honeysuckle Overview
The Banksia genus contains over 80 evergreen woody perennial species and is commonly referred to as Australian honeysuckle. Originally wildflowers, this genus has been cultivated and is now found commonly as a garden plant. They are cultivated for both the foliage and flowers, which are cone-like. These plants range from small shrubs to over 30m high trees and are found in a range of different habitats including temperate shrubland, dry areas and sometimes tropical rainforests.
Common problems with Australian honeysuckle
How to propagate Australian honeysuckle
You can propagate by seeds in the spring.
Other uses of Australian honeysuckle
Grown for the flowers, foliage and overall appearance.