Banksia dryandroides

The Dryandra-leaved Banksia is a small, dense shrub from South Western Australia. While it does flower, the real reason to grow it is for the leaves, which form a dense mass and add instant effect to the garden. It adapts well to gardens with good drainage and airflow and does well with the occasional dose of chelated iron.

 

Flower Color: Tan.

Bloomtime: Spring/Summer

Height: 2-3 feet

Width: 3-4 feet

Exposure: Sun

Soil Type: Good Drainage

Cold Tolerance: Moderately Frost Tolerant

Irrigation requirements: Low to Medium

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