(B. spinulosa var cunninghamii)
Hairpin Banksia: From Queensland and Victoria area, similar to B. spinulosa but considered as a taller species growing to 18' in ideal conditions. It prefers moist to well-drained soils in sun to part shade and tolerant or moderate to heavy frosts. The flower spikes are yellow/orange and 4" x 12". It does not have a lignotuber and seed or cuttings are used for regeneration. New for 2005
DO NOT FERTILIZE WITH PHOSPHOROUS FERTILIZERS!
|Temperature Rating||USDA Zone 8|
|Culture||Low moisture, humidity tolerant|
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