What is another word for Banksia Integrifolia?

Pronunciation: [bˈaŋksi͡əɹ ɪntˌɛɡɹɪfˈə͡ʊli͡ə] (IPA)

Banksia Integrifolia is a species of tree native to eastern Australia. It is commonly known as coast banksia, white banksia or coastal banksia. Other synonyms for this species include Banksia laurifolia, Banksia opifera and Banksia foliosa. The tree is renowned for its intricate, cone-shaped flower heads that are often used in floral arrangements. Banksia Integrifolia is an evergreen tree that can grow up to 25 meters tall, with long, leathery leaves that are about 10 centimeters long. Its bark is thick and rough, with a textured surface that gives it a unique appearance. This species is an important part of many Australian ecosystems and is a valuable resource for the timber industry.

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Related words: Australian plants, Australian native plants, plants in Australia, banksia plant

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