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  • Callistemon (plant genus), genus of shrubs and trees, of the family Myrtaceae, native to Australia. They have spikes of showy flowers and are commonly called bottlebrushes. The plants are often cultivated outdoors in western North America and in. — “Callistemon (plant genus) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia”,
  • Callistemon bottle brush - 50 results from 32 stores, including Bottlebrush - Callistemon linearis - 15 ml Stock, Bottlebrush Flower greeting card, Callistemon phoeniceus - Superb Fiery Bottlebrush, Callistemon speciosus Photo by Kenpei, GFDL 4". — “Callistemon bottle brush - Shop sales, stores & prices at”,
  • Information about the Genus Callistemon including photos, maps, and text. — “Callistemon (Genus)”,
  • Callistemon needs a sunny position (full sun to half sun) Callistemon becomes straggly and woody with age, therefore regular pruning each year is recommended. — “Callistemon - Bottlebrush”,
  • Information for citizens of Pima County, Arizona, related to home gardening, landscaping, and arid land plants. — “Callistemon viminalis”,
  • The majority of Callistemon species are endemic to Australia; four species are also found in New Caledonia. They are commonly referred to as bottlebrushes because of their cylindrical, brush like flowers resembling a traditional bottle brush. — “Callistemon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Bottlebrush is a small but spectacular evergreen tree or shrub. Of the family Myrtaceae it is well known as Callistemon or Bottlebrush Tree. — “Callistemon, Bottle Brush Tree”,
  • Callistemon viminalis or Weeping Bottlebrush is a large shrub or small tree native to New South Wales, Australia. Culture: Callistemon viminalis need full sun to light shade, with a well-drained soil mix. — “Callistemon viminalis - Weeping Bottlebrush - Myrtaceae”,
  • APG II Classification: Clade: angiosperms • Clade: eudicots • Clade: core eudicots • Clade: rosids • Ordo: Myrtales • Familia: Myrtaceae • Genus: Callistemon R.Br., 1814. Cronquist System: Domain: Eukaryota • Regnum: Plantae • Divisio: Magnoliophyta. — “Category:Callistemon - Wikimedia Commons”,
  • Weeping bottlebrush (Callistemon viminalis) is native to New South Wales, Australia. Gardeners in Zone 8B may be interested in growing the hardier lemon bottlebrush (Callistemon citrinus). Jack Scheper 04/02/99; updated Steve Christman 06/05/06, 12/29/07. — “Floridata: Callistemon viminalis”,
  • Lemon Bottlebrush, Crimson Bottlebrush (Callistemon citrinus): see it and grow it. — “Lemon Bottlebrush, Crimson Bottlebrush (Callistemon citrinus)”, desert-
  • A PLANTS profile of Callistemon (bottlebrush) from the USDA PLANTS database. — “PLANTS Profile for Callistemon (bottlebrush) | USDA PLANTS”,
  • Callistemon is often stocked at garden supply stores and specialty cultivars, such as Known colloquially as bottlebrushes, Callistemon species are evergreen, with pointy green. — “What Is Callistemon?”,
  • CALLISTEMON plant identification description, photos, and information on potting, growing, propagation, varieties, and region of origin. — “Callistemon - Bottlebrush | ”,
  • Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about Bottlebrush Tree (Callistemon rigidus) supplied by member gardeners in the PlantFiles database at Dave's Garden. — “PlantFiles: Detailed information on Bottlebrush Tree”,
  • TopTropicals exotic plant encyclopedia. Plant profile - Species: Callistemon sp., Botanical Family: Myrtaceae, Plant common name: Bottlebrush, Plant origin: Australia. — “Callistemon sp., Bottlebrush - , rare plants”,
  • : Callistemon Antibacterial activity of hydroalcoholic extract of Callistemon citrinus and Albizia lebbeck.(Report): An article from: American Journal of Applied Sciences by Seyyed Mansour Seyydnejad, Masumeh Niknejad, Ismaieel Darabpoor, and Hossein Motamedi. — “: Callistemon”,
  • The problem with the classification of Callistemon and Melaleuca on the basis of the arrangement of the stamens is that this supposed difference is not clear cut and Callistemon tends to merge into Melaleuca rather than being unambiguously distinct. — “ANPSA Plant Guide: Callistemon”, .au
  • Callistemon The botanical name for bottlebrush. — “callistemon: Definition from ”,
  • Bottlebrushes - genus Callistemon - an introduction to these plants. Bottlebrushes are members of the genus Callistemon and belong to the family Myrtaceae. — “Bottlebrush - genus Callistemon”,
  • Callistemon salignus - Willow Bottlebrush. 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 - Bottlebrush”, .au

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  • “Callistemon injune flowering, ants! my potted injune is flowering, it is about 1.2m tall and has about 8-10 flowers on it. problem is these little black ants are all over them and the new leaf growth also, eating it. what can i do? thanks”
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  • “Callistemon is a native genus of Australia, with around 30 species of woody evergreen shrubs and small trees. They are commonly known as Bottlebrushes or”
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  • “After a little research I'm going to have to agree that it's probably Callistemon viminalis. 1 registered and 0 anonymous users are browsing this forum. Moderator:”
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  • “aloe, agave, callistemon, succulents This past winter was officially the coldest UK winter, and they're fine - my Bottle Brush Callistemon plants are mostly OK - a new one,”
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