February, March, April, May, June, July, August
summer, autumn, winter
Banksia prionotes is a non-lignotuberous shrub or tree to 8m tall by 4m wide. It produces orange and white flowers towards Autumn, or in the Noongar six-seasons calendar system, Bunuru. Common to coastal and near coastal areas, it is a food source for the endangered Black Cockatoo, but can be susceptible to dieback disease.
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