Pincushion Hakea Seeds

Pincushion Hakea Seeds (Hakea laurina)


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The specific epithet, derived from the Latin Laurus comes from the resemblance of its leaves with those of laurels.


Pincushion Hakea is a plant of Southwest Australia that is widely cultivated and admired. Flowers are initially pale or cream, perhaps hidden by the leaves in the early stages, and are contained by scale-like bracts before opening. Adaptable to a number of soil types, the plant is also frost tolerant. The leaves are simple and blue-green, they are flat, glabrous, with an entire margin, obovate or lanceolate, ending in a sharp point. The leaves vary in size on the same plant, they can range from 6 to 29 mm wide and reach 180 mm in length.
Label Hakea laurina
Common name Pincushion Hakea
Family No
Genus Hakea
Species Hakea laurina
Cultivar No
Therapeutic uses No
Germination Coming soon.
Scarification / Stratification No

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