Bottlebrush Tree... Beautiful. I had one until a hard late freeze got it

The Tale of the Bottlebrush Tree

If bottlebrush trees can stand our harsh SC winters, consider my back fence covered.

Japanese magnolias, late-blooming camellias, kumquats, loropetalum, and bottlebrush set off this Southern display by Pistil and Stamen, of New Orleans. | Photo by Alison Gootee | Garden & Gun Magazine

Japanese magnolias, late-blooming camellias, kumquats, loropetalum, and bottlebrush floral arrangements

Little John Dwarf Bottlebrush - Blood red blooms cover the top of this dwarf grower for an extended season. Dense branches are covered with blue-green leaves. Versatile compact size is perfect for today's smaller gardens. Evergreen.

Monrovia's Little John Dwarf Bottlebrush details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.

Bottlebrush 'Hannah Ray (Callistemon viminalis 'Hannah Ray')

Another small tree that maintains green foliage year round - bottle brush (Callistemon viminalis)

Callistemon. native Australian flower - commonly called bottlebrush - loved by all nectar loving birds.

native Australian flower - commonly called bottlebrush - loved by all nectar loving birds. My street is lined with these.

Weeping Bottlebrush Tree Calistemon viminalis The weeping bottlebrush tree is a dream of a tree, one of the most popular small flowering trees for South Florida for its small stature, red flowers, and romantic weeping form.

Weeping Bottlebrush Tree ~ Calistemon viminalis ~ Like a miniature weeping willow, this is one pretty tree, its grace and beauty unrivalled as an artistic specimen or even as a privacy plant.

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Diseases That Affect a Bottlebrush And Measures to Control Them

Callistemon citrinus (Bottlebrush)

Callistemon citrinus (Bottlebrush)

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