Callistemon Laevis. Scarlet Bottlebrush.
The Callistemon Laevis, more commonly known as the Scarlet Bottlebrush is an evergreen shrub or tree with the most extraordinary exotic looking showy flowers. Large bright red spikes between 10-15cm, with yellow-gold anthers are shaped like a bottlebrush and are produced in abundance in late spring and through summer which contrast beautifully against dark green lance shaped leaves. These tropical looking trees really bring a feeling of the mediterranen and give a 'wow' factor.
Hardy in coastal and milder parts of the UK it can easily be grown as a conservatory plant or grown outside through Spring and Summer and brought into a bright indoor position through winter.
These specimens are in the form of a half standard tree and are exceptional quality. Photos 1-5 show some of the actual plants in stock now. Photos taken in November so they are not in flower yet. Please Note: Heights stated include pot sizes.
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CALLISTEMON LAEVIS. Scarlet Bottlebrush.
Latin Name: Callistemon Laevis. Callistemon Rugulosus
Common Name: Scarlet Bottlebrush. Crimson Bottlebrush.
Hardiness: -2 in a sheltered site, but best kept frost free.
Growth Characteristics: Evergreen. Large spikes of red flowers with yellow gold anthers are produced at the end of the stems in Spring and Summer. Dark green lance shaped leaves. Prune once a year to encourage growth.
Sunlight: Full sun.
Exposure: Sheltered or bright position indoors.
Soil: Well drained soil.
Moisture: Keep moist. Very drought resistant once established.
Feeding: Fertilize in Spring.
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