Hakea multilineata (Grass-leaved Hakea)
I can see the flowers from the house which is a great bonus.
This large shrub is a Western Australian species. The books say acidic sandy or gravelly loams. Mine are doing very well in highly alkaline sandy loams. Some of these Hakeas are touchy to raise from seed. They don’t like cold wet soils. Early autumn or spring seems to be the best time, so they can be well grown before the cold of winter.
This plant is suitable as a cut flower. I haven’t tried it but the cut stems need to be soaked in water for a couple of hours.