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(1) Patterns in Nature: Plants The hairpin banksia (Banksia spinulosa) is native to eastern Australia.
(2) A scarlet banksia blooms like fireworks in Australia's southwest.
(3) Grandma can make snacks with banksia rose petals, which smells and tastes as fragrant as the flower.
(4) Grandma can make snacks with banksia rose petals, which smells and tastes fragrant as the flower.
(5) It feeds on nectar, particularly of Eucalyptus and Banksia, seeds, fruits and insects and mainly forages in the foliage of trees.
(6) The genus is closely related in evolution and appearance to the Australian genus Banksia.
(7) The genus is closely related in evolution appearance to the Australian genus Banksia.
(8) One of many primitive plants on Fraser Island, this Banksia was named in honor of British botanist Joseph Banks, who visited Australia's east coast in 1770 on a voyage with Captain James Cook.
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