Hakea gibbosa, commonly known as hairy hakea or needlebush hakea, is a shrub of the family Proteaceae, and is endemic to south eastern Australia. It has very prickly foliage, cream-yellowish flowers from April to July, and provides shelter for small birds

  • Tolerates light frost
  • Full sun
  • Shrub, height up to 3m, width 1.5m
  •  Well drained soils, adapts to most soils
  • Flowers: winter, spring
  • Attracts – small birds

Hairy Hakea - Hakea gibbosa