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Pincushion Hakea

Pincushion Hakea Hakea laurina

This indigenous Western Australian plant is a quick-growing, dense, large shrub or small tree to 4 m high with narrow elliptical leaves to 15 cm. The Pincushion Hakea flowers during autumn and winter, producing deep pink-red, round, pincushion flowers with cream ‘pins’. Hakea species tend to rapidly invade the environment, especially in coastal situations and regenerate prolifically after burning.

More details about this weed and how to treat it can be found in the archive of Weeds of the Month.

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