Banksia aemula (Cultivated- USA)

Banksia aemula R.Br., Trans. Linn. Soc. London 10: 209 1811. (syn: Banksia elatior R.Br.; Banksia serrata Cav. (ambiguous synonym); Banksia serratifolia Salisb.; Banksia serrifolia Knight; Sirmuellera serratifolia (Salisb.) Kuntze); 

coastal SE-Queensland, New South Wales) as per Catalogue of Life;


 
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Banksia aemula from California-GS07022020-1 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (2)
Banksia aemula R. Br.       
Proteaceae
Common Name: Wallum Banksia
A shrub or small tree from Australia, with wrinkled orange bark, serrated leaves and greenish-yellow small flowers in dense broad spikes, producing large grey follicles.
Clicked from University of California Botanical Garden, April 21, 2019.

 




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