This is an upright single-stemmed bushy shrub or small tree 2.4-4.5m (8-10ft) tall, commonly known as ‘finger hakea’. The species is widespread, growing on the Central Coast, South Coast, and Tablelands of New South Wales and the Central Western Slopes as well as North-Eastern Victoria. Its habitats include slopes, ridges and along watercourses on sandstone in communities of tall closely growing trees. The unusual pink variety is shown here.
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