& G.Forstとして、現在はPimeliaの名前で知られているものに対して発表されている。 例外はB. Pale yellow, cylinder-shaped flowers can be seen in summer to winter and can be up to 12cm long. Description: Depending on its habitat, this species can vary in form from a dense shrub 1.8m tall and spreading 4m, to a tree growing to 12m in Height:. It remains common in the Adelaide foothills. In Bentham's arrangement, the number of recognised Banksia species was reduced from 60 to 46. [4] Shrubs reach only 2 m (6.6 ft) high in Gibraltar Range National Park. MINIMARGE! [76] 'Mallacoota Dwarf' was selected from a natural population at Mallacoota, Victoria. Banksia saxicola and Banksia canei seed also share this trait. [7] Over time the flower spikes fade to brown and then grey, and the old flowers generally persist on the cone. 1891年にはクンツェ (Kunze) が小リンネの名前をSirmuelleraにしようとしたが、受け入れられなかった。 Their analyses suggest a phylogeny that differs greatly from George's taxonomic arrangement. It can be leggy in shadier positions, or a more compact bushy shrub in full sun . [61] In Little Desert National Park in northwestern Victoria and also eastern South Australia, it grows as a low shrub which suckers (grows shoots from lateral roots) after fire. During the winter months, segments around 30 cm (0.98 ft) in length develop vegetative buds capable of forming suckers. Banksia integrifolia - Coastal Banksia Banksia marginata - Silver Banksia Eucalyptus pauciflora - Snow Gum Eucalyptus pryoriana - Coast Manna Gum Eucalyptus radiata - … It ranges from the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia to north of Armidale, New South Wales, … Banksia patula R.Br. The large yellow cylinder shaped flowers are a stunning feature to the tree and attract native birds and insects. [16] The genus Banksia was named in honor of Sir Joseph Banks, a botanist who was with Captain Cook during his first voyage (1768-1771) in which he circumnavigated the world, including stops in New Zealand and Australia (Botany Bay). "Variation in, This page was last edited on 18 December 2020, at 16:54. I am growing Banksia sentinel too, and it seems fine. [22] Brown's other collections which were reduced to synonymy with B. marginata were Banksia depressa R.Br., a prostrate shrub from Margate Rivulet in southeastern Tasmania, Banksia insularis R.Br., from Flinders and King Island, and Banksia patula R.Br., a shrub from the vicinity of Port Lincoln, South Australia. The key to cold hardiness is to establish the plant well. Others regenerate from underground lignotubers or suckers from lateral roots. [23], Some dwarf forms have been commercially available in Australian nurseries, although some selections do not maintain their dwarf status in cultivation. しかし、この先行する発表に対して、1800年までには小リンネの名前が一般に受け入れられるようになった。 オーストラリア原産。オーストラリアのもっとも乾燥した地域を除く全域に産する。特徴的な花序と果穂を持ち、オーストラリア産の野生の花の中では有名で人気があり、よく庭木として利用される。, 最大の高木になるコースト・バンクシア (B. integrifolia) とリバー・バンクシア (B. seminuda) は15m以上になり、時には25mに達する。 松ぼっくりのような果実の集合体は輪切りにしてコースターとして、海外からの観光客相手の土産物になっている。, 南西オーストラリアの原住民は花から蜜を吸う。また、材の中の甲虫の幼虫を食用にする。, https://ja.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=バンクシア&oldid=62586277. [5] The bark is pale grey and initially smooth before becoming finely tessellated with age. Originally described by Antonio José Cavanilles in 1800, further collections of B. marginata were designated as several separate species by Robert Brown in 1810. It forms an attractive hardy low-growing plant to 1 m (3.3 ft). The wood was also used to make needles and the dried flowers were used to strain the water for drinking. Silver Banksia. The flowers are not prominent unless they are numerous. [7] B. marginata can also interbreed with B. paludosa where they are found together. Plants do not appear to live longer than 25 years;[62][63] after this time the ageing plants begin to die and are succeeded by younger plants arising from suckers around the parent. [37] In the Wombat State Forest west of Melbourne, it grows as a 1 to 2 m (3.3 to 6.6 ft) high shrub on less fertile soils, and as a large tree to 8 m (26 ft) on more fertile soils. The Silver Banksia is useful as a garden plant for coastal situations. Banksia microstachya Cav. [20] Robert Brown described 31 species of Banksia in his 1810 work Prodromus Florae Novae Hollandiae et Insulae Van Diemen, including six taxa (B. marginata α and β plus four further species) now attributable to B. marginata. [8] Leaves also have sunken stomates. The collection was displayed in various exhibitions, including the Exposition Universelle in Paris in 1889, and is housed at the Melbourne Museum. It was grown at Kew, Cambridge Botanic Gardens, Woburn Abbey and private gardens in Chelsea, Hackney and Haringay House. [29][30][31] Early in 2007, Mast and Thiele rearranged the genus Banksia by merging Dryandra into it, and published B. subg. ex Spreng. [37], Banksia marginata is found from Baradine and Gibraltar Range National Park in northern New South Wales,[33] southwards into Victoria and South Australia, as well as across Tasmania. [2] Unusually large trees of 15 to possibly 30 m (50–100 ft) have been reported near Beeac in Victoria's Western District as well as several locations in Tasmania,[3] while compact shrubs limited to 20 cm (7.9 in) high have been recorded on coastal heathland in Tasmania (such as at Rocky Cape National Park). [12] The aboriginal name in the Jardwadjali language of western Victoria was warock,[13] while the Kaurna name from the Adelaide Plains was pitpauwe[14] and the local name in the Macquarie Harbour region in Tasmania was tangan. B. marginata's placement within Banksia may be summarised as follows: Since 1998, American botanist Austin Mast and co-authors have been publishing results of ongoing cladistic analyses of DNA sequence data for the subtribe Banksiinae, which then comprised genera Banksia and Dryandra. [34] It is extremely rare in southwestern New South Wales. [34][52], The agile antechinus (Antechinus agilis), bush rat (Rattus fuscipes), feathertail glider (Acrobates pygmaeus),[47] and sugar glider (Petaurus breviceps) have been recorded visiting flower spikes. [70] A sample was prepared in Victoria in 1885 as part of a collection of local timber species under the direction of Government botanist Ferdinand von Mueller. [1], By the time Carl Meissner published his 1856 arrangement of the genus, there were 58 described Banksia species. [34], A purported hybrid with B. integrifolia, thought to be from Cape Paterson on Victoria's south coast, was first described by Alf Salkin and is commercially available in small quantities. もう一方のバンクシア亜属は残りの種が含まれていて、バンクシア属に特徴的な穂状花序を持つ。, George (1999) に基づくバンクシア属の配列については英語版の さらにHarden (2002) はB. [32], Hybridisation with Banksia conferta subsp. バンクシアの分類を参照。 リバー・バンクシア (B. seminuda) は水系に沿った肥沃なroamを好む点で例外的である。 Bentham observed that the characteristics Brown used to define B. australis, B. depressa, B. patula, and B. insularis were unable to distinguish separate forms as more specimens came to light, and hence declared them synonyms of B. marginata. When selecting hedges always select species that will thrive in your soil type and available sunlight. It's ideal as an informal hedge, screen or windbreak. オーストラリアの多くのハーバリウム(標本庫)ではThiele and Ladiges (1996) のシステムに従っているのでこれらは種扱いであり、そのため81種があることになる。 [27] However, this subgrouping of the Salicinae was not supported by George. penicillata at the site of an old abandoned railway between Newnes and Clarence in the Blue Mountains has been recorded; a single B. marginata plant was surrounded by plants with intermediate features but more strongly resembling B. conferta subsp. The plant was often used by many indigenous clans and tribes throughout the east coast of Australia. [75] Banksia 'Mini Marg' is a small form selected from the northeastern coast of Tasmania which reaches 30 cm (12 in) high and 1 m (3.3 ft) wide. 庭木で一般的なものには、ワラム・バンクシア (Wallum Banksia, B. aemula) 、ソー・バンクシア (Saw Banksia, B. serrata) と園芸品種のバンクシア・ジャイアントキャンドルズ (Banksia 'Giant Candles') などがある。 [11], Banksia marginata is commonly called the silver banksia, because the white undersides of its leaves contrast with the otherwise green foliage and give the plant a "silvery" look. Banksia marginata is a highly variable species, usually ranging from a small shrub around a metre (3 ft) tall to a 12-metre-high (39 ft) tree. そのためこの属の正式名は"Banksia L.f."である。 [34] Banksia marginata often grew as a large tree on the basalt plains west of Melbourne, but has almost disappeared. Download Brochure. [34] There is one report of a collection from the Springbrook Mountains southwest of Southport in southeastern Queensland. Banksia marginata Buxus sempervirens Dodonea viscosa Grevillea 'Murray Queen' Jovellana violacea Kolkwitzia amabilis Kunzea ambigua Laurus nobilis 'Sweet Bay' … This is a dwarf form of Banksia marginata that has been cold hardy in the Portland area. spinulosaの亜種として扱っている。さらに、B. [12] In Victoria, it is predominantly coastal or near-coastal east of Traralgon, but in New South Wales it is absent from coastal areas in the Sydney region. It is found on the major islands of Bass Strait, including King, Flinders and Cape Barren Islands. 時折、装飾の用途でろくろ引きやキャビネットの羽目板をはることに使われる。 [36] Stands of plants intermediate between B. integrifolia and B. marginata have been recorded near Mallacoota in East Gippsland. Wikisource has original works on the topic: Salkin, Abraham Isaac (Alf) (1979). It naturally forms a good rounded shape, and pruning after flowering will encourage and even more dense habit. They can have a grey or golden tinge in late bud. バンクシア(Banksia)は、ヤマモガシ科の属のひとつ。 約80種が含まれる。 オーストラリア原産。オーストラリアのもっとも乾燥した地域を除く全域に産する。特徴的な花序と果穂を持ち、オーストラリア産の野生の花の中では有名で人気があり、よく庭木として利用される。 [49] There is no macrofossil record for the species, so it is unclear whether it is a recent introduction from the mainland or has only recently evolved, although its presence on both the mainland and Tasmania suggests it has been present since the Pleistocene. [5] Cylindrical in shape, they are composed of a central woody spike or axis, perpendicularly from which a large number of compact floral units arise, which measure 5–10 cm (2–4 in) tall and 4–6 cm (1.6–2.4 in) wide. Meissner's four series were replaced by four sections based on leaf, style and pollen-presenter characters. [6][19] Cavanilles also described another specimen collected by Née in the same locality as a different species, Banksia microstachya Cav. I have clay and am growing 5, all doing well. Tags Banksia marginata Bright, bird-attracting, clay soils, grey green leaves, Honeyeater, summer flowering, Tawny-crowned honeyeater, well drained soil, yellow flowers, Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo Check out the flowers on this baby, it was absolutely covered, I have never seen anything like it before and was suitably impressed. The flowers are borne from spring to … The various species of Westringia are also fantastic hedge plants with coastal rosemary (Westringia fruticosa) already well established with the gardening public as a reliable hedge and screen plant. Meissner divided Brown's Banksia verae, which had been renamed Eubanksia by Stephan Endlicher in 1847,[7] into four series based on leaf properties. ericifoliaから、45cmの長さの葉のブル・バンクシア (B. grandis) のように非常に大きな葉を持つものまで様々である。 In many populations, only a few follicles develop. [53] Ants, bees (both native and European honeybees), blowflies and brown butterflies have been recorded as visitors to flower spikes. [66] At Brisbane Ranges National Park west of Melbourne, which was invaded by Phytophthora cinnamomi in the 1970s, Banksia marginata (along with such species as Grevillea steiglitziana) was part of a secondary regrowth of understory species after more resistant shrubs such as grasses and sedges had grown back.[67]. Informal hedges are usually planted with mixed species, have multiple layers and are planted at wider spacing to reduce maintenance. [6] Established plants can withstand drought, coastal exposure and temperatures as low as −10 °C (14 °F). [43] It is a common shrub, sometimes small tree, in heathy and shrubby forests as well as coastal scrub and heath in part of its range. BNm Banksia marginata Silver Banksia 5m x 3m 25L/300mm 1.5/m² BNsp Banksia spinulosa Hairpin Banksia 3m x 3m 25L/300mm 1.5/m² Ckp Callistemon 'King's Park Special' Bottlebrush 2-4m x 3-4m 25L/300mm 1.5/m² [51], Numerous species of birds have been observed foraging and feeding at the flowers; these include rainbow lorikeet (Trichoglossus haematodus), musk lorikeet (Glossopsitta concinna), purple-crowned lorikeet (G. porphyrocephala), double-eyed fig-parrot (Cyclopsitta diophthalma), red wattlebird (Anthochaera carunculata), little wattlebird (A. chrysoptera), yellow wattlebird (A. paradoxa), spiny-cheeked honeyeater (Acanthagenys rufogularis), yellow-faced honeyeater (Lichenostomus chrysops), singing honeyeater (Lichenostomus virescens), white-plumed honeyeater (L. penicillatus), black-chinned honeyeater (Melithreptus gularis), brown-headed honeyeater (M. brevirostris), white-naped honeyeater (M. lunatus), crescent honeyeater (Phylidonyris pyrrhoptera), New Holland honeyeater (P. novaehollandiae), tawny-crowned honeyeater (Gliciphila melanops), eastern spinebill (Acanthorhynchus tenuirostris), noisy miner (Manorina melanocephala), silvereye (Zosterops lateralis) and thornbills (Acanthiza species). It is considered to be the most widespread banksia in eastern Australia. [2] In this arrangement, B. marginata is placed in Banksia subgenus Banksia, because its inflorescences take the form of Banksia's characteristic flower spikes, section Banksia because of its straight styles, and series Salicinae because its inflorescences are cylindrical. There are other species worth considering such as Westringia longifolia and Westringia glabra as they all have the attributes to make great hedge plants. 東部オーストラリアには、産する種ははるかに少ないが、もっともよく知られていて、広く分布している種、コースト・バンクシア (B. integrifolia) とシルバー・バンクシア (B. marginata) が含まれる。, バンクシアの多くの種は砂質の土壌でよく生育し、他のものは岩の多い土壌を好む。 Related. It ranges from the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia to north of Armidale, New South Wales, and across Tasmania and the islands of Bass Strait. in January 1777. 東オーストラリアの多くの種は高地に生育する一方で、西オーストラリアの種ではただ一種スターリング・レンジ・バンクシア (Stirling Range Banksia, B. solandriのみが高地に生える。, バンクシアは大量に蜜を生産するので、蜜を食料とする動物の重要な食物資源である。ミツスイ科やhoney possum、pygmy possum、コウモリなどである。これらの動物はバンクシアの花粉媒介に貢献している。, 他に関連する動物相には、ガやゾウムシの幼虫が「球果」や袋果に穿孔して種子を食用にし、pupateが袋果に穿孔する。また、鳥ではcockatooが「球果」を壊して種子と幼虫を食用にする。, バンクシアにとって脅威になるのは、山火事である。バンクシアの種のおよそ半分が山火事で死亡するが、火事を発芽の刺激にして世代更新する。他の種はふつうは山火事を生き延びるが、非常に厚い樹皮を持っていて幹を炎から守るか、lignotuberがあって火災後に発芽するか、いずれかである。いずれの場合も、頻繁でなければ火災は問題にならないが、頻繁であれば実生が結実年齢に達する前に死んでしまうので個体数を減らしてしまう。, バンクシアの他の脅威として、(以前は菌類と思われた)卵菌類の Phytophthora cinnamomi が根を腐らせる。proteoid root は貧栄養の土壌でバンクシアが育つのに役に立っているが、根腐れに関係があると疑われている。, B. chamaephytonは以前はrareだと宣言されたが、新しい個体群が発見されたためリストから除外された。モニターは継続されている。, バンクシア属は小リンネによって1782年4月にSupplementum Plantarum systematis vegetabiliumの中で記載命名された。 This is the upright form which makes a large shrub or small tree which is lovely as a specimen, or clips well as a hedge … It grows in various habitats, including Eucalyptus forest, scrub, heathland and moorland. [44] In South Gippsland, it is generally a shrub which regenerates from a lignotuber or suckers after bushfire and sets few seed. Banksia marginata was first described by Antonio Jose Cavanilles in 1800. You can even add a … [38][39] In the vicinity of Adelaide, it was common in the western suburbs on old sand dunes behind the beach foredunes. Suitable for low hedges, rockeries and as a general low mounding garden shrub. [58] The root system of the suckering forms of Banksia marginata in Victoria and South Australia have a characteristic pattern with a deep tap root, and an extensive system of thick lateral roots 7.5–15 cm (3.0–5.9 in) below the surface. Banksia marginata, otherwise known as Silver Banksia and Honeysuckle, belongs to the Proteaceae family. 南西部および西部オーストラリアは生物多様性の主要な中心であって、バンクシアの4分の3以上の種はこの地域にのみ産する。 また、小型のボートの竜骨を作るのに使われてきた。 It has rough patterned bark and long green leaves with a silver underside. Banksia was redefined as encompassing taxa lacking spoon-shaped cotyledons. Measuring 0.9–1.5 cm (0.4–0.6 in) in length, the seed is egg- to wedge-shaped (obovate to cuneate) and composed of a dark brown 0.8–1.1 cm (0.3–0.4 in) wide membranous "wing" and wedge- or sickle-shaped (cuneate–falcate) seed proper which measures 0.5–0.8 cm (0.2–0.3 in) long by 0.3–0.4 cm (0.1–0.2 in) wide. The flower spikes fade to brown and then grey and develop woody follicles bearing the winged seeds. rosseraeが記載された (Olde and Marriott, 2002) ので、77種になる。 Banksia ‘Giant Candles’ Kangaroo paw cut flower tip video Trench Layering of Callistemon -video Prickly Moses wattle Acacia ulicifolia to attract small birds to your garden Hairpin banksia (Banksia spinulosa) to attract small nectar [7] Pale yellow in colour, they are composed of up to 1,000 individual flowers (784 recorded in the Gibraltar Range[5]) and arise from nodes on branchlets that are at least three years old. [9] The woody follicles grow in the six months after flowering, with up to 150 developing on a single flower spike. Banksia marginata 'Silver Banksia' A classic woody native Australian shrub, Banksias are great for a low maintenance garden and create interest with their recognizable flower cones. 1–1½ cmの長さで細い、エリカのような葉をつけるB. [5] In the Sydney region, it grows in association with heath banksia (Banksia ericifolia), old man banksia (B. serrata), mountain devil (Lambertia formosa), lance-leaved geebung (Persoonia lanceolata) and dwarf apple (Angophora hispida) in heathland, and with silvertop ash (Eucalyptus sieberi), Blue Mountains ash (E. oreades), Sydney peppermint (E. piperita), scribbly gum (E. haemastoma), Blue Mountains mallee ash (E. stricta), brittle gum (E. mannifera), snow gum (E. pauciflora) and red bloodwood (Corymbia gummifera) in forested areas. He split the genus into two subgenera, placing these species in subgenus Banksia verae, the "True Banksias". [42], It is widespread as an understory species in medium rainfall eucalypt forests across Victoria, occurring in association with manna gum (Eucalyptus viminalis), narrow-leaf peppermint (E. radiata), messmate (E. obliqua), swamp gum (E. ovata) and brown stringybark (E. BANKSIA MARGINATA to where they can and should be planted (heaths etc). [41] Plants here have some degree of self-compatibility. [55] Much more pathological is the banksia longicorn beetle (Paroplites australis) which bores holes in the base of banksia plants which then weaken and fall or blow over with wind and die. [45] It has been recorded as a low spreading shrub in Croajingolong National Park in East Gippsland. The leaves can have spiky or smooth margins. [59] Clusters of fine proteoid roots up to 15 cm (5.9 in) long arise from these lateral roots. The leaf undersurface is white with a prominent midrib covered in brownish hairs. イソスティリス亜属の頭状花序は表面的にはドリアンドラ属 (Dryandra) のものに似ていて、この亜属はドリアンドラ属との進化的な関連性を示すものと考えられている。 [47], In Tasmania, Banksia marginata occupies a wide range of habitats, in mixed forest (where it grows as a small tree), button grass moorlands, flood plains of the Loddon, Franklin and Huon Rivers, as well as coastal regions. There is anecdotal evidence of plants reaching 150 years old in this region. [35] Banksia marginata, and the dwarf cultivar 'Mini Marg', have also been used in bonsai. Banksia marginata,[1] commonly known as the silver banksia, is a species of tree or woody shrub in the plant genus Banksia found throughout much of southeastern Australia. A field study found that seeds were dispersed short distances (generally 8 m [26 ft] or less), with those closest to the parent plant faring the best. [54] B. marginata is a host plant for the larval and adult stages of the buprestid beetle Cyrioides imperialis. paludosa subsp. This distinctive native tree is found on the east coast of Australia. He listed six species and a further four varieties all now sunk into B. marginata in series Salicinae. [65], Tasmanian forms are frost tolerant at any time of year, which might explain some of their success in spreading and growing in different habitats around the island. Acmena ‘Allyn Magic’ Allyn Magic 0.5m 200mm M HEDGE/SCREEN Agave attenuata Lion’s Tail 0.5-1.5m 200mm ROOF/CRIME Asplenium nidus Birds Nest Fern 1-2m 200mm SHADY Banksia marginata Silver Banksia … One specimen grown in a glasshouse at Kew was described as a tree 24 feet (7.3 m) high with a trunk girth of two feet (60 cm) at 40 years of age. B. marginata was placed in section Eubanksia along with B. integrifolia and B. 低木のバンクシアは普通は直立するが、いくつかの種は地表または地中を匍匐する茎を持つ。, バンクシアの葉は種によって大きく異なる。 [33] A hybrid with B. saxicola was recorded from Mount William during the Banksia Atlas project. [14] The soil types are of a wide range of pH, from highly acidic soils in the Grampians to alkaline soils in South Australia. The heat from a warm oven or barbeque will open the banksia cones As with most banksias, anthesis is acropetal; the opening of the individual buds proceeds up the flower spike from the base to the top. This attribute might have allowed them to survive cold periods in Tasmania during the Pleistocene. Banksia marginata [LOCAL] Large shrub to small tree 3-5mH x 2-3mW with silver backed leaves and yellow flowers in autumn and winter. Good as an informal hedge, screen or windbreak. Some varieties from drier areas seem to do poorly in areas of summer humidity. 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