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Banksia Sphaerocarpa

 

  1. Banksia sphaerocarpa, commonly known as the fox banksia or round-fruit banksia, is a species of shrub or tree in the plant genus Banksia (family Proteaceae). It is generally encountered as a 1–2 m (3.3–6.6 ft) high shrub, and is usually smaller in the north of its range.
    Banksia sphaerocarpa, commonly known as the fox banksia or round-fruit banksia, is a species of shrub or tree in the plant genus Banksia (family Proteaceae). It is generally encountered as a 1–2 m (3.3–6.6 ft) high shrub, and is usually smaller in the north of its range.
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  2. Banksia subser. Sphaerocarpae is a valid botanic name for a subseries of Banksia. It was published by Kevin Thiele in 1996, but discarded by Alex George in 1999.
    Banksia subser. Sphaerocarpae is a valid botanic name for a subseries of Banksia. It was published by Kevin Thiele in 1996, but discarded by Alex George in 1999.
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  3. Banksia sphaerocarpa is a shrub to about 2 metres high. The leaves are narrow linear and up to about 100 mm long. by 1.5 mm wide. The obovoid inflorescences are seen in summer to autumn and are about 9 cm wide at flowering, occurring on short lateral branchlets. They are yellow-brown to orange in colour.
    Banksia sphaerocarpa is a shrub to about 2 metres high. The leaves are narrow linear and up to about 100 mm long. by 1.5 mm wide. The obovoid inflorescences are seen in summer to autumn and are about 9 cm wide at flowering, occurring on short lateral branchlets. They are yellow-brown to orange in colour.
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  4. Banksia sphaerocarpa var. dolichostyla, commonly known as Ironcap Banksia, is a plant which is either considered a variety of Banksia sphaerocarpa, or as a species in its own right. It is native to the Southwest Botanical Province of Western Australia. Seeds do not require any treatment, and take around 33 days to germinate. Banksia sphaerocarpa var. dolichostyla Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae Clade: Tracheophytes Clade: Angiosperms Clade: Eudicots Order: Proteales Family: Proteaceae
    Banksia sphaerocarpa var. dolichostyla, commonly known as Ironcap Banksia, is a plant which is either considered a variety of Banksia sphaerocarpa, or as a species in its own right. It is native to the Southwest Botanical Province of Western Australia. Seeds do not require any treatment, and take around 33 days to germinate. Banksia sphaerocarpa var. dolichostyla Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae Clade: Tracheophytes Clade: Angiosperms Clade: Eudicots Order: Proteales Family: Proteaceae
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  5. Banksia sphaerocarpa [Fox Banksia] part of the Proteaceae family with Yellow flowers flowering in Summer avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA Australian Native Plants Leader in ornamental trees and shrubs for Mediterranean gardens
    Banksia sphaerocarpa [Fox Banksia] part of the Proteaceae family with Yellow flowers flowering in Summer avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA Australian Native Plants Leader in ornamental trees and shrubs for Mediterranean gardens
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  6. Banksia sphaerocarpa var caesia : The Fox Banksia is a variety of Banksia sphaerocarpa that grows to a height of around two metres but can reach as much as four metres. Leaves are...
    Banksia sphaerocarpa var caesia : The Fox Banksia is a variety of Banksia sphaerocarpa that grows to a height of around two metres but can reach as much as four metres. Leaves are...
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