|ˌɪkɪˈbɑːnə| noun [ mass noun ] the art of Japanese flower arrangement, with formal display according to strict rules.
ORIGIN Japanese, literally ‘living flowers’, from ikeru ‘keep alive’ + hana ‘flower’.
Banksia integrifolia var. integrifolia. This hardy Banksia grows very well in coastal areas and can tolerate salt spray. Plants may grow to 25 m, but are often smaller. The dark green leaves have a silvery underside, which adds to the beauty of the foliage. The pale yellow flowers open from late summer to winter. Plants are frost tolerant.