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The Rainforest Garden: Plant Profile - Bottlebrush, Callistemon Citrinus


Callistemon citrinus 'Little John' - Dwarf Bottlebrush, full sun, 3'h x 5' w, slow growth, needs only occasional watering, attracts hummingbirds, deer resistant, red flowers in spring


Dwarf Bottlebrush - Monrovia - Dwarf Bottlebrush


By Jackie Carroll Bottlebrush plants (Callistemon spp.) get their name from the spikes of flowers that bloom at the ends of the stems, bearing a strong resemblance to a bottle brush. Grow them as shrubs or small trees that grow up to 15 feet. Most bottlebrush varieties bloom over a long summer season in shades…

Lemon Bottle-brush / Crimson Bottlebrush: Callistemon citrinus [Family: Myrtaceae]

Kunzea -- a native of Australia; and looks very similar to the bottlebrush plant... Awesome! <3<3<3


Callistemon citrinus 'Endeavour' - Bottlebrushes (botanically belonging to the genus Callistemon) are among the most popular and colourful Australian native plants both in Australia and overseas.

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Vintage Putz Style Houses - Vintage Set of 9 Houses

Vintage Putz Style Houses - Vintage Set of 9 Houses by littlevillagehouses on Etsy


Bottlebrush Buckeye Tree (Aesculus parviflora ) at Wayside Gardens