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Banksia serrata

Banksia serrata.webp

On heavy, archival paper 60 x 82 cm, (image ~52 x 72cm). Limited Edition Print. Signed and numbered by the artist, edition limited to 115 prints.

Known as Wiriyagan in the Gadigal language of the first people of Sydney, Banksia serrata, the Saw Banksia or Coastal Banksia, is the best known of the banksias as it was collected by Sir Joseph Banks at Botany Bay when he visited  there with Captain James Cook in 1770. It is found in coastal bushland in eastern Australia from Queensland down to Tasmania.

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$485 (Including Postage in Australia)

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