Tree Bottle Brush (Callistemon viminalis)

Tree Bottle Brush (Callistemon viminalis)

Bottle Brush

Regular Price: Rs 60.00

Special Price Rs 50.00

Availability: In stock

Bottle Brush (Callistemon species) have commonly been referred to as bottlebrushes because of their cylindrical, brush like flowers resembling a traditional bottle brush. They are mostly found in the more temperate regions of Australia, especially along the east coast and typically favour moist conditions so when planted in gardens thrive on regular watering. At least some species are drought-resistant and some are used in ornamental landscaping elsewhere in the world.

Bottle Brush is a Summer season Tree,
Sow when night Temperature is 25-30°C,
Plant Height: 4-6 m,
Flower Size:20-25 cm spilkes
Sowing distance: 10 ft Tree to Tree,
Best for Vacant land and road sides
Sowing method: Seedling

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    Tree Height

  • img 10 ft

    Sowing Distance

  • img 25-30°C

    Sowing Temperature

  • img Prennial

    Lifecycle

  • img Full Sun

    Sunlight Requirement

Bottle Brush (Callistemon species) have commonly been referred to as bottlebrushes because of their cylindrical, brush like flowers resembling a traditional bottle brush. They are mostly found in the more temperate regions of Australia, especially along the east coast and typically favour moist conditions so when planted in gardens thrive on regular watering. At least some species are drought-resistant and some are used in ornamental landscaping elsewhere in the world. Once established, however, it is able to tolerate extended dry periods. It can tolerate less than perfect drainage but may be damaged by moderate to heavy frost.1. It appears to be mildly invasive, usually found spreading from an adjacent or nearby planted population. Plant with caution. Methods of invading natural areas: Humans have dispersed this plant globally for landscaping and cultivation. Seeds then travel over shorter distances from initial plantings through gravity or perhaps by wildlife. Habitat types it invades: wetlands and riparian areas that are adjacent to cultivated areas.

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