hakea

hakea
/hay"kee euh, hah"-/, n.
any of various shrubs or trees of the genus Hakea, native to Australia, having evergreen, pinnate leaves and clusters of variously colored flowers.
[ < NL (1798) named after Christian Ludwig von Hake (1745-1818), German horticulturist; see -A2]

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