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Isopogons are related to Grevilleas and Banksias.
A compact shrub with rose-pink pincushion-like flattened flowers occurs in spring followed by rounded nutlets. Attracts birds.
Typically with an erect and branching stem with a closely textured crown with bluish-green deeply divided prickly leaves.
Native to the South-West Province of Western Australia.
Prefers light to medium well-drained soil in a protected sunny potion, drought and frost resistant.
Pre-treatment of smoke is recommended for this species.
Smoke treatments are simple and can be undertaken either by soaking the seed overnight or by applying it to the surface after sowing, both provide good results. Smoke treatments are available by clicking here.
Seeds of Isopogon can be erracit and difficult to propagate but not impossible.
Sow seed on the surface of a porous seed-raising mix and cover lightly.
Place in a warm semi-shaded position to avoid dying out.
Germination: 21-42 day 15-25°C
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