Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - GARDENING -

Banksias are among the most beau­ti­ful and bird-at­tract­ing of all win­ter­flow­er­ing Aus­tralian plants. Among the most pro­lific is the cold-tol­er­ant ‘Hair­pin’ banksia (B. spin­u­losa) which from au­tumn to late win­ter pro­duces non-stop dis­plays of honey-gold flower spikes, each cov­ered with rows of glis­ten­ing black, hair­pin-like styles. Plants can go in now.

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