Hakea gilbertii   No English name Endemic

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H. gilbertii was named after the Victorian botanist John Gilbert who brought back many species to Kew Gardens and The British Museum. He was an explorer and collector of birds who visited Australia in the mid 1800s. This spiky shrub can have red, cream white or pink flowers and grow up to 2 metres in height. It is common in the wheatbelt and north almost to Geraldton.

Hakea gilbertii

Hakea gilbertii No English name

Corrigin lookout 15th September 2009

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W.A. Wild Flower Society tour: Corrigin lookout 15th September 2009

Added on 2nd February 2009, updated 3rd April 2010

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