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- Well, that's never going to come to anything!! An inflorescence of inflorescences - a display of aberrant inflorescence development in Banksia praemorsa - I can see 23 developing flower spikes in this photo and there are probably more. But, swipe left and you will see that something did come of it. The first photo was taken on 13 May, the next one on 27 August and the final two today. There are five maturing flower spikes and the flowers should open in the next week or two. The plant has already had three other normal spikes although they were smaller than typical flower spikes of the species, which is probably normal for the first year of flowering. When I took the last photo I counted about 26 juvenile, but apparently normal, inflorescences on this plant so it should be spectacular when they all mature this summer. #banksia #banksiapraemorsa #nativeplants #australianplants #garden #nativegarden #proteaceae #inflorescence #flowers #rhyll #phillipisland
- Well, that& #39;s never going to come to anything!! An inflorescence of inflorescences - a display of aberrant inflorescence development in Banksia praemorsa - I can see 23 developing flower spikes in this photo and there are probably more. But, swipe left and you will see that something did come of it. The first photo was taken on 13 May, the next one on 27 August and the final two today. There are five maturing flower spikes and the flowers should open in the next week or two. The plant has already had three other normal spikes although they were smaller than typical flower spikes of the species, which is probably normal for the first year of flowering. When I took the last photo I counted about 26 juvenile, but apparently normal, inflorescences on this plant so it should be spectacular when they all mature this summer. #banksia #banksiapraemorsa #nativeplants #australianplants #garden #nativegarden #proteaceae #inflorescence #flowers #rhyll #phillipisland
- Well, that's never going to come to anything!! An inflorescence of inflorescences - a display of aberrant inflorescence development in Banksia praemorsa - I can see 23 developing flower spikes in this photo and there are probably more. But, swipe left and you will see that something did come of it. The first photo was taken on 13 May, the next one on 27 August and the final two today. There are five maturing flower spikes and the flowers should open in the next week or two. The plant has already had three other normal spikes although they were smaller than typical flower spikes of the species, which is probably normal for the first year of flowering. When I took the last photo I counted about 26 juvenile, but apparently normal, inflorescences on this plant so it should be spectacular when they all mature this summer. #banksia #banksiapraemorsa #nativeplants #australianplants #garden #nativegarden #proteaceae #inflorescence #flowers #rhyll #phillipisland
- I've had this Banksia praemorsa, or cut leaf banksia, growing for about 6 years now in heavy soil that is completely waterlogged in winter from June -Oct often with water sitting on top of the soil. One of the greatest Australian shrubs and it produces the most vibrant yellow banksia flowers that birds love. Yet for some reason it is difficult to buy. If anyone knows where I can get some especially in 30 cm ++ pot in Melbourne please let me know. They come in both a Yellow or Claret colour #banksiapraemorsa #australianplants
- I& #39;ve had this Banksia praemorsa, or cut leaf banksia, growing for about 6 years now in heavy soil that is completely waterlogged in winter from June -Oct often with water sitting on top of the soil. One of the greatest Australian shrubs and it produces the most vibrant yellow banksia flowers that birds love. Yet for some reason it is difficult to buy. If anyone knows where I can get some especially in 30 cm ++ pot in Melbourne please let me know. They come in both a Yellow or Claret colour #banksiapraemorsa #australianplants
- I've had this Banksia praemorsa, or cut leaf banksia, growing for about 6 years now in heavy soil that is completely waterlogged in winter from June -Oct often with water sitting on top of the soil. One of the greatest Australian shrubs and it produces the most vibrant yellow banksia flowers that birds love. Yet for some reason it is difficult to buy. If anyone knows where I can get some especially in 30 cm ++ pot in Melbourne please let me know. They come in both a Yellow or Claret colour #banksiapraemorsa #australianplants

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