Callistemon - Bottlebrush

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Callistemon - Wilderness White

$15.90

A dense large shrub to small tree suitable for screen planting. White bottlebrushes several times per year. Prefers a sunny position and adequate moisture. Fertilise regularly. 3m

Callistemon - Rose Opal

$12.90

Bright red brushes flowering throughout summer and in warmer climates flowers for most of the year. Makes an excellent specimen plant and a nice screen. Attracts honeyeaters to the garden. Frost hardy.

Callistemon - Candy Pink

$9.90

Candy Pink has lance shaped leaves and long, narrow flower spikes. They are pinkish-red fading to pink. There are usually several flowering flushes each year. Can reach up to 4m

Callistemon - Cherry Time

$14.90 ($2.90-$14.90 choose a size)

A medium weeping shrub with fine glossy leaves and bronze new growth. Vivid cherry coloured brushes flourish from spring to early summer, most attractive to Honey Eaters. Extremely frost hardy, suited to coastal gardens as well.

Callistemon - Crimson

$1.95

This hardy shrub is probably the best known bottlebrush and is widely cultivated. The bright red flower-spikes appear in summer and autumn. Grows well in wet conditions. Plants should be lightly pruned and fertilised after flowering. 4m

Callistemon - Endeavour

$9.90

A colourful native evergreen that is alive with bright red brush flowers in Autumn and Spring. Grows quickly to 2-3m and response well to pruning

Callistemon - Eureka

$14.90

Erect dense shrub to with narrow leaves and purplish-red new growth. Masses of long slender bright pink flowers in spring. Suitable for most garden conditions. Striking plant. 3m

Callistemon - Gold-tipped bottlebrush

$3.95

This is a hardy adaptable shrub that has beautiful long lasting bright red flowers with golden tips. Useful as a hedge, windbreak or screening plant it will attract small birds to the garden.

Callistemon - Great Balls of Fire

$12.90

A striking foliage plant that deserves a place in many gardens. It is hardy in diverse situations, and is a naturally easy care plant, that will really shine with a little bit of extra care such as a light pruning every now and again. This cultivar rarely flowers but should be grown for its wonderful, bright pink to red new growth which is borne on a very compact, bun-shaped shrub. It grows well in a wide range of climatic conditions, from humid tropical areas to cool temperate climates. Once established it is dry tolerant, but it will appreciate deep watering in dry periods. A light regular trim and an application of a good general purpose fertiliser will be beneficial. if it gets neglected, this plant can take a heavier pruning, and will respond well thanks to the many dormant buds in its stems.

Callistemon - Hannah Ray

$15.90 ($3.95-$15.90 choose a size)

A large shrub with grey woolly foliage and weeping habit. Pink new growth. Red brushes in spring and summer. Full sun in moist soils. Frost tender while young. Hardy and popular.

Callistemon - Kings Park Special

$15.90 ($14.90-$15.90 choose a size)

Features narrow green leaves and deep red bottle-brush flowers that are grouped together in bunches, making a spectacular display in spring and autumn. Kings Park Special is one of the larger Callistemons, so it is great for a tall screen or feature tree. Like all callistemons, it is hardy and bird attracting.

Callistemon - Little John

$14.90 ($2.95-$14.90 choose a size)

A dwarf Bottlebrush with bright crimson blooming over a long period. A very hardy little shrub that is easily maintained.

Callistemon - Mauve Mist

$2.95

The leaves of the mauve mist have new pink tip growth that is densely covered with silky hairs. The flowers are produced in dense bottlebrush; clusters that are often produced in pinkish mauve bunches. Will flower as late as Christmas.

Callistemon - Pink Champagne

$12.90

Flowers change colour as they open and mature, from vibrant rosy pink to warm pink to blush, and appear throughout most of the year on this small tree. Grows to 3m, or prune into a hedge. Attracts to native birds and very pretty.

Callistemon - Purple Cloud

$12.90

Medium bushy shrub 3 metres with soft pink new growth. The flowers are pink/mauve bottlebrush late spring. Hardy and adaptable to most conditions in full sun. Pruning maintains shape and encourages flowering.

Callistemon - Red Devil

$12.90

Bright red brushes and flowers in spring summer and autumn. Compact bush with strong leaves. It makes an excellent specimen plant and a nice screen. Full sun. Grows to 1.5m

Callistemon - Ricks Red

$14.90 ($12.90-$14.90 choose a size)

Bright red brushes that hang to the ground and in warmer climates flowers for most of the year. Makes an excellent specimen plant and a nice screen. Attracts honey-eaters to the garden. Frost hardy.

Callistemon - Slim

$12.90 ($12.90-$12.90 choose a size)

Unique narrow growth habit, growing on 1.3 m wide. Great for hedges or screens. A large number of flower buds develop in the spring and open throughout the spring, summer and again in late autumn.

Callistemon - Tangerine Dream

$12.90

Beautiful little bottlebrush with masses of striking gold-tipped tangerine orange flowers. Grows to 2m high x 1.5m wide, great for low maintenance native hedges and wildlife gardens.

Callistemon - Weeping

$9.90 ($3.90-$12.75 choose a size)

This callistemon is a very valuable tree for landscaping, as a screen plant, in erosion control or as a specimen or street tree. Bright scarlet red flowers appear in late spring and autumn and smaller numbers of flowers all year.

Callistemon - White Anzac

$9.90

An attractive fast growing plant suitable as a small hedge, mounding groundcover, or as a container plant. A low, spreading shrub with pure white flower spikes in spring. Hardy and vigorous plant adaptable to a wide range of conditions. Prefers full sun but will tolerate light shade.

Callistemon - Wild Fire

$15.90

A spectacular rounded shrub with narrow leaves and prolific red flowers. Most well drained soils with some frost protection. Beautiful soft green weeping foliage with spectacular bright red bottlebrush flowers.

Callistemon Captain Cook

$9.90 ($2.95-$9.90 choose a size)

Captain Cook was promoted to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Captain James Cooks discovery of the coast of Australia in 1770. It is a dense, bushy shrub with narrow leaves and masses of red flowers in mid to late spring. 2m

Callistemon Willow Bottlebrush

$3.95

This small tree has attractive narrow foliage and white papery bark. The flower-spikes are generally white or greenish but pink, red and mauve forms can be found. An excellent garden and street tree.

Callistemon - Wilderness White

$15.90

A dense large shrub to small tree suitable for screen planting. White bottlebrushes several times per year. Prefers a sunny position and adequate moisture. Fertilise regularly. 3m

Callistemon Willow Bottlebrush

$3.95

This small tree has attractive narrow foliage and white papery bark. The flower-spikes are generally white or greenish but pink, red and mauve forms can be found. An excellent garden and street tree.

Callistemon - Purple Cloud

$12.90

Medium bushy shrub 3 metres with soft pink new growth. The flowers are pink/mauve bottlebrush late spring. Hardy and adaptable to most conditions in full sun. Pruning maintains shape and encourages flowering.

Callistemon - Pink Champagne

$12.90

Flowers change colour as they open and mature, from vibrant rosy pink to warm pink to blush, and appear throughout most of the year on this small tree. Grows to 3m, or prune into a hedge. Attracts to native birds and very pretty.

Callistemon - Weeping

$9.90 ($3.90-$12.75 choose a size)

This callistemon is a very valuable tree for landscaping, as a screen plant, in erosion control or as a specimen or street tree. Bright scarlet red flowers appear in late spring and autumn and smaller numbers of flowers all year.

Callistemon - Bottlebrush Reviews & Tips

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Susan Kirk
12y ago

Wellington Point, QLD, Australia

Callistemon - Bottlebrush

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