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Banksia (Dryandra) Undata
140mm Pot

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Possibly one of the easiest and most cultivated of the ‘Dryandra group’ of Banksias, Undata (Banksia undata Syn. Dryandra praemorsa) is also known as the Urchin Dryandra.
This spectacular large shrub is fast growing and will be generally long lived in most areas. Growing and flowering well in even subtropical areas, the lifespan may be a little shorter in these areas due to the humidity.
Featuring serrated, stiff green leaves and pale lemon flowers in Winter, this drought tolerant evergreen shrub requires a well drained soil and a partly shaded position protected from frost. Perfect for cut flowers and floral displays, this handsome shrub would be an ideal choice for the back of a border or garden bed due to its impressive size.

Banksias are a very versatile Australian Native plant that provide valuable food for nectar loving wildlife. They require a well drained open position and are particularly suited to growing in coastal areas. Drought and frost tolerant once established, Banksia will grow better if watered regularly in dry conditions. If grown in pots ensure a potting mix for Australian Native plants is used and only ever fertilise with an Australia Native plant food.

Supplied as a potted plant

Orders containing less than 3 items of the same size will increase the freight charge to $16.90. Orders containing 4 or more items of the same size will incur a larger freight fee; this will be calculated at the checkout.

  • Require little water once established
  • Suitable for areas with full sun
  • Suitable for areas with part shade
  • Ideal in pots or containers
  • Suitable to cut for vases
  • Grows 1-2m wide
  • Grows to 2-3m high
  • Winter- Spring
  • Ideal Growing Regions:
  • Cool
  • Temperate
  • Arid
  • Semi-arid
  • Mild Tropical
  • Tropical
  • View growing regions on the Climate Map

Availability: OUT OF STOCK/OUT OF SEASON! Available to order unless sold out.

$17.90

4 in stock

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Delivery is normally via Australia Post with larger orders delivered via StarTrack Express* courier. We service virtually all areas of Australia with only those areas not serviced by these organisations being excluded (e.g. remote islands and Territories such as Christmas Island, Lord Howe Island, Norfolk Island, Cocos Islands, Groote Eylandt). We do not deliver outside Australia but happily deliver orders placed from overseas for Australian delivery. Our regular delivery charge for basic items is $12.50 Australia-wide, regardless of the number of items ordered. Due to their higher freight costs, bulky or heavy products such as roses, large pots and a small number of hard goods have higher delivery charges. The summary of all current delivery options is:

  • Basic Postage $12.50: Applies to orders NOT containing Roses, 120mm and larger pots/grow-bags, Bare-rooted Trees, Composting Buckets, nor any items with individually specified delivery charges, all delivered at one time, will incur the normal $12.50 freight charge. These items are referred to as “Basic Items“.
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  • Order Split Fee: Some items may be delayed due to climatic or growing habits prevent them from being harvested at the time of being offered for purchase.  You will be offered a choice to wait until all items on your order are available or to receive what is currently available for an additional freight charge of $5.00.
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As quarantine inspections apply to each delivery, 2 quarantine charges will apply where orders contain products from different seasons.   *Please note that if you order large items (eg Patio, Standard or Weeping Roses, Fruit Trees) you must specify a street address for the delivery address. StarTrack Express generally do not deliver to PO Boxes or RSD addresses so your order will be held until a suitable address is obtained. In rural areas, StarTrack may deliver to physical addresses such as general stores that act as Australia Post agencies but we suggest you check with them first. Where ‘Free Delivery’ vouchers apply to an order, details of the voucher should be entered in the “Your message to us” field. Orders (except Pre-orders) are normally despatched within 7-14 working days from the time of ordering during busy periods. Delivery times may be extended during peak periods (typically following the release of the latest catalogue), extended public holidays, if extreme weather conditions are not suitable for live plant transport or as detailed in the product description.
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Common Name: NATIVE PLANTS GENERAL CARE
Plant Type: 50 mm Landscaping Pot
Planting: Plant in a hole at least twice the size of the pot, the same level as the pot.
General Information: Natives can provide attractive flowers and foliage and they also attract many varieties of birds into the garden. Many natives will survive on little water and will take warmer conditions.
Soil: Usually require well drained soil.
Watering: Only water when the soil appears dry (approx 1cm below the surface), then water until damp. Do not over water natives.
Fertilising: At planting add some Native Plant fertiliser to the hole then cover with some soil before placing the plant in (otherwise you will burn the roots). A diluted liquid seaweed product is beneficial to all native plants. It also helps to place some mulch, such as compost, dry grass or leaf mould around the shrub after planting to preserve moisture. However, do not smother the plant or place the mulch too close to the stem of the plant. Most natives benefit from a yearly application of a complete fertiliser specifically designed for Australian Natives during spring.
Pruning: Most natives require gentle pruning in order to keep tidy and promote vigour to the plant.
Dislikes: Being over watered.
Pests: Generally pest resistant in most locations.
✔ Ideal for attracting birds and wildlife to the garden.
Tips: If planting in a windy area the plant may require staking until established.

Legend


Establish which coloured region you live in and then consider the varieties listed as typically suited to that area. The Australian Climate Guide map is intended as a guide only as climatic conditions vary between specific locations. Factors such as local altitude, wind and the proximity of hills, mountains and bodies of water can cause variations from the generalised climate map. Note also that although a plant may be listed as suitable for a particular region, it may still require protection from extremes such as frost or strong winds. You should also consider its requirements for sun, shade and water.

Remember that you can often extend the range of plants that you can grow by creating micro-climates within your garden. Planting under trees, beside brick walls or in the shelter of a building, on high or low points in the garden can all have an effect. Even planting by a pond or surrounded by rocks can be used to advantage. Part of the joy of gardening can be experimenting and nothing is more pleasing that achieving success with a plant that is not usually seen in your area.

The map is based on Australian Bureau of Meteorology 30 year climatology data from 1961-1990. The zones are based on both temperature and humidity:

  • Tropical – hot humid summer .
  • Mild Tropical – warm humid summer
  • Semi-arid – hot dry summer, cold winter
  • Arid – hot dry summer, cold winter
  • Temperate – warm summer, cool winter
  • Cool – mild-warm summer, cool winter