Hakea clavata is a Western Australian shrub. A common name for the species is Coastal Hakea. The shrubby species is spreading or sprawling in habit, up to 0.5 to 2.0 metres in height. The flowers are white and pink, and appear between January and October. It is found near Esperance, Western Australia and south eastern areas of the south west Botanical Province. It is endemic to the region
Hakea bucculenta - Red Pokers
Hakea bucculenta : Hakea bucculenta from Western Australia is one of the most striking Hakeas. It is an upright shrub with narrow leaves and spikes of red or orange red...
"Albery's Red" NSW Christmas Bush - Feature Trees, Plants - Ross Evans Garden Centre
"Albery's Red" NSW Christmas Bush is one of our Feature Trees, Plants available at our nurseries on the Gold Coast or Brisbane.
We are lucky in Australia that Christmas rhymes with summer and it's easy and cheap to use fresh flowers for decoration around the house. Those I particularly like are the Ceratopetalum Gummiferum, also called NSW Christmas Bush. Several varieties of this Australian native (such as the Alberys Red) have brilliant red blossoms - perfect for Christmas, hence the name ! The photos were taken in my neighbour's garden. Puisqu'on a la chance en Australie de vivre Noël en été, on peut utiliser des…
‘Flowering Silver Princess’ by Adrianne Yzerman
'Flowering Silver Princess' by Adrianne Yzerman. Flowering eucalyptus caesia at Narrogin, Western Australia