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Hakea is a genus of about 150 species of plants of the family Proteaceae are endemic to Australia. It is shrubs or small trees with leaves that are sometimes flat, otherwise Round in cross-section in this case, they sometimes share. Flowers are usually arranged in groups in the leaf axils and resemble those of the other genera, especially the grevillea. Hakeas have woody fruit, which distinguishes them from the grevilleas that are non-woody fruits that release seeds as they Mature. Hakeas are in every state of Australia with the highest species diversity is found in South-West Western Australia.

                                     

1. Description. (Описание)

Plants in the genus Hakea shrubs or small trees. Some species have flat leaves, while other leaves are needle-like, in this case they are sometimes divided, and sometimes have a groove on the bottom surface. The flowers are arranged in groups in the leaf axils and are surrounded by bracts when in Bud. The flowers have both male and female parts and are borne on a short stalk called pedicel. Sepals and petals together are called tepals, form a curved tube, which sometimes crack as the flower develops. Style is more than tepal tube and bent until its tip came out. When released, the tip of the style and pollen-presenter. The fruit of hakeas, woody and persists on the plant until burned in forest fires or until the plant dies. Then the fruit splits open to release two winged seeds.

Many species of hakea similar types of grevillea but differ from them by the presence of persistent, woody fruit. Those grevilleas is not constant and not woody. The upper and lower surfaces of the leaves of hakeas similar unlike in the grevilleas, and ovary and style glabrous hairy grevilleas.

                                     

2. Taxonomy and naming. (Таксономия и именования)

The Hakea genus was first formally described in 1797 Henry Schrader and Wendland, Johann Christoph and description was published in Hannoveranum Sertum. The genus is named after Baron Christian Ludwig von hake, the 18th century German patron of botany.

                                     

3. Gardening. (Садоводство)

Hakeas are popular ornamental plants in gardens in Australia, and in many places, such as grevilleas and banksias. Several hybrids and cultivars, including Burrendong beauty. They are best grown in beds of light soil, watering, and well drained.

Some showy Western species, such as Hakea multilineata, H. francisiana and H. bucculenta, require grafting onto hardy stock, such as Hakea salicifolia for growing in more humid climates since they are sensitive to showersnot.

Many species, especially in the Eastern Australian species differ in hardiness, to the point they become stunted. Hakea gibbosa, H. sericea, H. drupacea and H. suaveolens previously was a weed in South Africa Hakea Laurina has become naturalized in the Eastern States of Australia and is considered an environmental weed, and Hakea salicifolia, Hakea gibbosa and Hakea sericea are invasive weeds in New Zealand.

                                     

4. List of types. (Список типов)

Below is the list of Hakea species recognized Australian census of plants, with the exception of Hakea asperma recognized Royal Botanical gardens In Victoria:

Several hybrids and cultivars have been developed including Hakea Burrendong beauty

                                     
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  • that jointly give the impression of a pincushion It is called Nardouw fountain - pincushion or Nardouw pincushion in English and Nardouwluisiesbos in Afrikaans
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  • Cape province of South Africa. The silveredge pincushion is a large, rounded shrub or sometimes a small tree of up to 4 m 13 ft high, that has a stout
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  • businesses. The Maroochydore Surf Life Saving Club is right on the beach. Pincushion Island currently sits just 100m off the sand to the north of river mouth
  • are bred as garden ornamental and cut flower. Most pincushions are upright shrubs or even small trees of 1 5 m 3.3 16.4 ft high, that usually have a single
  • Latin laurus with reference to the resemblance of the leaves to laurel. Pincushion hakea occurs in the sandplains of the coastal southwest of Australia
  • dominate the wetter southern and eastern slopes, and the endemic Grey Tree Pincushion Protea Leucospermum conocarpodendron which covers the drier western


                                     
  • separate entities, Cotton Tree and Pincushion Pincushion at the eastern end of the reserve, was less formally organised than Cotton Tree and mainly catered
  • naturalist William John Burchell. Leucospermum glabrum is assigned to the tree pincushions section Conocarpodendron. The name of the species glabrum is Latin
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  • glabrata Anza - Borrego Desert State Park Desert Dandelions and Desert Pincushions Joshua Tree National Park, March 30, 2005 M. glabrata flower hairless leaves
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  • several common names, including spinystar, viviparous foxtail cactus, pincushion cactus and ball cactus. It is native to North America, where certain varieties
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  • harm to oak trees The galls of the rose gall wasp Diplolepis rosae are also distinctive and are known as bedeguars or robin s pincushions These are
  • and Andricus aries Ramshorn gall are present. The well known Robin s pincushion Diplolepsis rosae - a wasp gall on Dog rose can be found periodically


                                     
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  • Peninsula Granite Fynbos is dominated by large tree - Proteas, such as the Silvertree, the Tree Pincushion - Protea and the Waboom, and a dense underlayer
  • bruchii Bruch s pincushion Ulota calvescens balding pincushion Ulota coarctata club pincushion Ulota crispa crisped pincushion Ulota drummondii
  • the world. Mature Granite Fynbos is dominated by large tree - Proteas, such as the tree pincushion - protea and the waboom, and a dense under - layer of asteraceous
  • prominent, with genera such as Protea, Leucospermum the pincushions and Leucadendron the silver tree and cone bushes Proteas are represented by many
  • species of cactus, including Opuntia prickly pear and Pediocactus pincushion are found in the park as well. The location where the park now sits was
  • barrel, hedgehog, pincushion jumping cholla and prickly pear. Trees and colorful shrubbery include palo verde, mesquite, ironwood trees creosote dominate

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