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Proteas generally have dome- or cone- shaped flower heads, about 4 to 12 inches in diameter and 4 to 6 inches in height. The flower heads have dense central masses of "hairy", "furry" or "feathery" flowers surrounded by stiff colored bracts, which, depending on species, also can be hairy, furry or feathery. Stems are woody and crowded with leathery leaves of various forms, which can enshroud the flower heads.

Proteas are one of the few flowers pollinated by birds, which produces large amounts of nectar!

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