Hakea decurrens ssp physocarpa pink form
2-3m x 1m
Occurs in south-eastern N.S.W., the Grampians, central and eastern Vic., Bass Strait, and possibly northern Tas.
Small tree or shrub, 0.8–5 m tall with prickly needle like foliage and clusters of pink flowers
followed by a woody follicle. Frost/drought hardy, adaptable to most soils, full sun to part shade. Forms a dense thicket which is ideal as a refuge for small birds. Plant in the background, windbreak, or in a rarely visited part of the garden. Birds.