Banksia: Blue Mountains, Australia - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:471001191
Upload date:October 07, 2015


The banksia was named after Sir Joseph Banks in 1782 who collected the first plant at Botany Bay in 1770. There are 76 species in Australia and 59 of these are found in the south west of Western Australia. They can range in size from trees to ground cover shrubs. They flower Summer, Autumn and Winter. Sometimes they need a fire to release the seed.
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