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Only one of the seed packets brought from Australia which actually survived a couple of Welsh winters.
Lemon bottlebrush, Bottlebrush
Callistemon pallidus (Lemon bottlebrush). This species is an upright spreading shrub the leaves lance-shaped and green-grey and about 10cm long. The flowers are cream-green spikes from late spring to mid-summer.
They are frost to half hardy, but in cool areas might need a little protection. They will require full sun and fertile well drained soil. In cool areas all except C.sieberi need protection of a south or west facing wall.
Grown for their clustered flowers which resemble bottlebrushes. Suitable for coastal conditions.
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