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Callistemon - bottlebrush

Callistemons are such a popular Australian native plant, with gardeners and with wildlife. Beautiful bottlebrush flowers supply nectar food for a wide range of birds and insects. Plants can be clipped to shape or left to grow naturally into groundcovers, shrubs, or small trees, depending on the variety.

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  1. Callistemon Macarthur™

    Callistemon Macarthur™

    A midsize, bushy bottlebrush, with prominent red flowers and fresh green foliage. Makes an attractive native hedge to 1.8m, frost and drought tolerant, myrtle rust resistant. Cross of Little John and Captain Cook. Learn More
  2. Callistemon 'Rose Opal'

    Callistemon 'Rose Opal'

    Compact to 1.5m, evergreen, large pink-red brush flowers. Perfect for smaller garden settings, hedging and screening, or specimen planting.

    We are prohibited to sell this product to South Australia.

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  3. Callistemon 'Great Balls of Fire'

    Callistemon 'Great Balls of Fire'

    Vibrant coral red new leaves, soft grey-green older foliage in a unique weeping habit. Makes an exceptional hedge or feature planting. Lovely in containers where it will cascade. Resilient and salt tolerant in coastal sites.

    Prohibited to sell this product to South Australia.

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  4. Callistemon 'Captain Cook'

    Callistemon 'Captain Cook'

    Large bright red flowers give spectacular colour in spring and summer. Smaller and more compact than other bottlebrushes, to 1m. Very hardy native. Great for attracting birds.

    We are prohibited by biosecurity rules to sell to South Australia.

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