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syn. Dryandra kippistiana
Characteristics: Shrub 40 cm to 1.5 m high
Seeds per packet: 5
A small erect shrub non-lignotuberous with attractive yellow-cream flowers that occur from August to October in is natural range.
Can be variable in height from 40 cm to 1.4 metres high depending on the conditions with prickly foliage.
Endemic to the Geraldton Sandplains, Jarrah Forest and Swan Coastal Plain of Western Australia.
Note: This species used to be known as Dryandra kippistiana until the Dryandra genus was included in the Banksias in 2007.
Adaptable to a range of soils providing it is well draining. Drought tolerant and moderately frost resistant.
Although seed can be sown most of the year in Australia seed is generally best sown in spring or autumn in temperate climates, avoid the coldest and hottest months of the year. The optimum germination temperature for germination is around 18-22°C
Pre-treatment of smoke: Not considered critical to germination of this species and germination will generally occur without it.
However many members of the Proteaceae family are responsive to pre-treatment of smoke. Although germination will often occur without smoke treatment it has proved to be beneficial in reducing the number of days to germination and increasing germination rates in many species of the Proteaceae family.
Smoke treatments are simple and can be undertaken either by soaking the seed overnight or by applying to the surface after sowing, both provide good results. Smoke treatments available by clicking here.
General note: Seeds of many natives are dormant and require specific conditions or pre-treatment for germination.
Do not be too hasty to discard seed that does not germinate, seeds will often lay dormant until the conditions are similar to their natural requirements for germination to occur. Containers put to one side will often surprise long after they were discarded.