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Grass-leaf Hakea

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Kevin Sparrow
Hakea multilineata

A small tree with long leaves and bright pink flower spikes followed by clusters of egg-shapped woody seed pods, that grows to five metres tall. This tree prefers a well drained open sunny positions but will tolerate some shade and attracts nectar eating birds and insects. It make a great feature plant with its attractive flowers and foliage or can be used as a screening plant. 

Type: 
Shrub
Height: 
2 - 3m
Maintenance: 
Low
Flowering Time: 
Winter
Light: 
Sun
Water Requirement: 
Low
Tolerates: 
Sandy Soil
Some Coastal Exposure
Dry conditions
Acidic Soils
Biodiversity Benefits: 
Nectar and Pollen
Birds
Plant Origin: 
Native
Natural Occurence: 
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