Usually a small tree with thick corky bark and cream to orange flowers appearing in winter-spring. Tolerant of arid conditions and is frost tolerant. Requires well-drained soils. Plants are often gnarled and twisted and make excellent container or landscape plants for inland areas. Good bird attractor.
Biological Name: Hakea suberea
Common Name: Corkbark Hakea
Flower Color: Creamy yellow
Flower Time: Winter
1 Gallon: not available
2 Gallon: not available
5 Gallon: not available
15 Gallon: not available
Mail Order Plant (online only): not available
Seeds (online only): not available
Propagation Information: No pre-treatment required. Seed germinates readily 3-12 weeks. Sow seed in mix 3:1 Perlite:Peat and cover the depth of the seed. Keep moist until germination occurs. Best to sow in individual containers to prevent damage to the root system when transplanting. Drench seed with a fungicide after sowing to prevent "Damping Off'.