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Callistemon viminalis
Red Weeping Bottlebrush

seeds of these wonderful weeping bottlebrush shrub or small tree Callistemon viminalis. Although these trees can get over 30 feet in their native Austrailia, they seem to only grow about 15 - 20 feet in most US zones. These fascinating plants start very easy from seeds and can be purned for pot culture. Can be overwintered in a 50 degree space and cannot tolerate wet feet and is hardy in zones 9b-11. Always keep them on the dry side. The flowers are an unusual shaped fluffy pink, and form a beautiful umberlla shape when all in bloom. It grows in full sun to part shade with very little extra care and have very few insect problems.
Callistemon viminalis
Red Weeping Bottlebrush

196 Available Now

Seeds from these wonderful red weeping bottlebrush shrub or small tree Callistemon viminalis. Although these trees can get over 30 feet in their native Australia, they seem to only grow about 15 - 20 feet in most US zones. These fascinating plants start very easy from seeds and can be pruned for pot culture. Can be overwintered in a 50 degree space and cannot tolerate wet feet and is hardy in zones 9b-11. Always keep them on the dry side. The flowers are an unusual shaped fluffy pink, and form a umbrella shape when all in bloom. It grows in full sun to part shade with very little extra care and have very few insect problems. SEEDS ARE TINY. RINSE SEEDS OUT OF BAG WITH WATER.



Callistemon violaceus
Violet Bottlebrush

seeds of these wonderful bottlebrush shrub or small tree Callistemon violaceus Purple Bottlebrush. This variety is a real attraction for butterflies and bees. They form dense, bushy shrubs 6-8 feet tall by a similar spread, producing yellow-tipped purple brushes in mid to late spring. These fascinating plants start very easy from seeds and can be purned for pot culture. Can be overwintered in a 50 degree space and cannot tolerate wet feet Always keep them on th dry side. The flowers are an unusual shaped fluffy pinky purple, and form a beautiful umberlla shape when all in bloom. It grows in full sun to part shade with very little extra care and have very few insect problems. Hardy in zones 9-11.
Callistemon violaceus
Violet Bottlebrush

164 Available Now

Seeds from these wonderful bottlebrush shrub or small tree Callistemon violaceus Purple Bottlebrush. This variety is a real attraction for butterflies and bees. They form dense, bushy shrubs 6 to 8 feet tall by a similar spread, producing yellow-tipped purple brushes in mid to late spring. These fascinating plants start very easy from seeds and can be pruned for pot culture. Can be overwintered in a 50 degree space and cannot tolerate wet feet. Always keep them on the dry side. The flowers are an unusual shaped fluffy pinkish purple, and form a umbrella shape when all in bloom. It grows in full sun to part shade with very little extra care and have very few insect problems. Hardy in zones 9-11. SEEDS ARE TINY. RINSE SEEDS OUT OF BAG WITH WATER.



Calothamnus hirsutus
Hairy Claw flower

seeds of Calothamnus hirsutus Hairy Claw flower. This perennia 5-6 foot compact, multi-branched spreading shrub is called "claw-flowers" because of the claw-like shape of the stamen bundles. The flowers have five claws and bright red. They contain nectar and are attractive to honey eating birds. Sow on surface, and gently firm, do not cover. Requires light to germinate. Keep warm and moist. Hardy in zones 8-10.
Calothamnus hirsutus
Hairy Claw flower

87 Available Now

Seeds from Calothamnus hirsutus Hairy Claw flower. This perennia 5 to 6 foot compact, multi-branched spreading shrub is called "claw-flowers" because of the claw-like shape of the stamen bundles. The flowers have five claws and bright red. They contain nectar and are attractive to honey eating birds. Sow on surface, and gently firm, do not cover. Requires light to germinate. Keep warm and moist. Hardy in zones 8-10.



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