Grevillea lorea R.Br.
Hakea cunninghamii R.Br.
Hakea suberea S.Moore
Common Name: Cork Tree
Photograph by: Mark Marathon
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Cork tree can be a shrub growing from 1 - 5 metres tall or a small tree up to 10 metres tall[
The plant is sometimes harvested from the wild for the sweet nectar contained in its flowers.
Australia - Western Australia, Northern Territory, South Australia, Queensland.
Amongst low trees, or grassland; occurring on outcrops; in rocky or stony soil, or sand, or wet soil; occupying flood plains, rocky outcrop on sand plain[
A plant of drier areas in the warm temperate to tropical areas of Australia.
A sweet drink can be made from the crushed nectar-rich flowers[
The flowers can yield a considerable quantity of sweet nectar that can be sipped with a straw or mixed with water to make a sweet beverage[
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