Other Information Online
Australian National Botanic Gardens
Please note: links to information on a range of species have been included for for general interest and research, but some may be unsuitable for Queensland conditions.
Wallum Banksia Banksia aemula
(includes hints on how to distinguish it from B. serrata) Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants
On the Brink - 10
(Banksia cuneata) Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants
) Department of Environment and Resource Management, Queensland (PDF)
, Dwarf Banksia) Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland, Bayside Branch
) Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants
Botany Photo of the Day, University of British Columbia Botanical Garden and Centre for Plant Research
) Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland, Bayside Branch
Discussion of Banksia production for cut flowers. Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation (PDF)
Society for Growing Australian Plants Queensland Region, Inc.
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