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Saturday, 19/08/2017

Few people have probably heard of a phenomenon known rather morbidly as the widowmaker. Like so many tales, it originates from the dark and mysterious world of woods and forests. But it might just strike closer to home, especially if you have trees in your garden.


"Many thanks for the delivetry of our plant - a very nice specimen in perfect condition. We are so please with it, we shall be ordering another one today.."
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Callistemon citrinus Splendens

£14.50  -  £60.00

A really excellent form with dazzling bright scarlet Bottle Brush-like flowers all through the summer, ideally suited to a warm sunny spot with good drainage.


A smaller growing Bottlebrush upto about a 1 metre. Unsurprisingly Callistemon White Anzac produces white flowers which make a good change from the usual reds and yellows.

£14.50  -  £92.00

Narrow green leaves and masses of scarlet bottle brush flowers. Needs a warm sheltered site to perform well. Introduced from New South Wales in late 1700's


Callistemon pallidus

£26.00  -  £60.00

Anyone who has seen this "Bottlebrush" in flower will not forget the effect. The distictive flowers have delightful creamy yellow flowers. Not recommended though for shallow chalky soils.

Callistemon Red Cluster


A compact form producing deep scarlet red flowers


Dark red bottle brush flowers set amongst the expected dark green narrow foliage

Callistemon sieberi (pityoides)

£60.00  -  £92.00

A hardy species, produces small yellow bottlebrushes set against narrow grey green foliage


Makes a small evergreen shrub, slightly weeping habit with good display of bright red 'bottle brush' flowers


Of the 'Bottlebrushes' this is one of the hardiest. Medium size with attractive pointed foliage often pink flushed when young and of course those fabulous 'Bottle Brush' like flowers in this case a charming soft yellow


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