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  Bottlebrush - genus Callistemon
Callistemon 'Harkness', Callistemon 'Hannah Ray' and Callistemon 'Dawson River Weeper' are large shrubs growing 4 to 5 m tall.
Callistemon 'Little John' is a dwarf cultivar which produces masses of flowers, and which has blue-green foliage.
Callistemon 'Reeves Pink' and Callistemon 'Mauve Mist' produce attractive pink flowers and grow well near a wall in cold areas and flourish in warmer climates.
www.anbg.gov.au /callistemon   (1228 words)

  
  Callistemon rigidus
Callistemon pallidus hat eine sehr große, grün-gelbe Blüte.
Callistemon pityoides ist ein sehr dicht wachsender Zylinderputzer mit cremig-gelber Blüte.
Callistemon salignus ist eine neuseeländischer Zylinderputzer mit weißer (!) Blüte.
www.tropengarten.de /Pflanzen/callistemon.html   (0 words)

  
 Royal Horticultural Society - Publications: The Garden January 2005
In the wild, bottlebrushes are mostly found in the east and southeast of Australia growing in moist conditions, along creeks, by the edges of swamps or in open forests with high rainfall.
A callistemon ‘flower’ is an inflorescence formed of clusters of tiny flowers arranged along and around the branches, forming the familiar bottlebrush shape.
Callistemon citrinus ‘Angela’ is a new cultivar with bicoloured stamens that begin soft pink and fade to white at their ends, giving its brushes a delicate appearance.
www.rhs.org.uk /Learning/publications/pubs/garden0105/callistemon.asp   (1210 words)

  
 Unusual plants: Callistemon
photo by pizzodisevo (Flickr) CC Callistemons are native to Australia and are usually listed as hardy only in zones 9 and 10 in reference books, but growers in the south know that many are hardy in zone 8 and a few in zone 7.
Callistemon pallidus 'Eleanor' bears large purple brushes earlier in the year than most, typically May and June here in the Pacific Northwest.
Callistemon 'Violaceus', Purple Bottlebrush, is regarded as a species by some, but "violaceus" is not an accepted species name, so it is apparently a variety or hybrid.
www.worldplants.com /callistemon.htm   (444 words)

  
 Callistemon citrinus - Crimson Bottlebrush
Callistemon is an evergreen shrub that was originally introduced from Australia but some species grow quite successfully in Britain.
Callistemon citrinus will tolerate temperatures down to -5 degrees C so should be planted in a sheltered spot if there is a risk of temperatures lower than that.
We occasionally experience lower temperatures here and those in our garden have survived.
www.english-country-garden.com /flowers/callistemon.htm   (125 words)

  
 Lemon Bottlebrush, Crimson Bottlebrush (Callistemon citrinus)
There are 20 odd species of Callistemon, all native to Australia.
The leaves of Callistemon citrinus have a slight lemony flavor when crushed (that's were the name 'citrinus' comes from).
It is often sheared to make hedges, in this case it doesn't bloom as much.
www.desert-tropicals.com /Plants/Myrtaceae/Callistemon_citrinus.html   (356 words)

  
 tubestock.com GYMPIE, QLD - GREVILLEA, CALLISTEMON & OTHER SPECIES TUBESTOCK
We are a small wholesale propagation nursery with an established reputation within the industry for supplying top quality tubestock.
We specialise mainly in hybrid Grevilleas, some Callistemons and a few other species.
All plants are produced from cuttings, not seed.
tubestock.com   (129 words)

  
 PLANTS Profile for Callistemon citrinus (crimson bottlebrush) | USDA PLANTS
PLANTS Profile for Callistemon citrinus (crimson bottlebrush)
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Callistemon citrinus (Curtis) Skeels occures in the following states: Louisiana, Puerto Rico
plants.usda.gov /java/profile?symbol=CACI15   (160 words)

  
 Bottle Brush Tree, Callistemon rigidus and other species
The Bottlebrush Tree from Australia is rated to grow all over the State of Florida and all of zone 9 and some warmer parts of zone 8.
Another variety, Callistemon citrinus, is a larger tree to about 20 feet and best suited to weather in Central and North Florida.
The flower "brushes" are bright and shiny and the red is the classic color for this plant.
mgonline.com /bottlebrush.html   (0 words)

  
 Definition of callistemon - Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
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