A genus of about 35 species that are naturally occurring intemperate regions of Western Australia. They are shrubs with rigid leaves and flowers that form a dense spike or cone. They produce a small hairy nut.
Name Derivation: Latin word 'isos' meaning "equa" and 'pogon' meaning "beard" in reference to the fringed flowers.
Common Name: Drumstick
Isopogon is in the family Proteaceae.