Callistemon phoeniceus

  • Callistemon phoeniceus
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Common name:
Scarlet Bottlebrush

Western Australia


The Callistemon phoeniceus is much less encountered compared to the common Crimson bottlebrush and has beautiful red brush-like flowers which can be 15 cm wide. In the western part of Australia, the species grows on sandy soils along streams. The flowers are a good source of food for many insects, mammals and birds. The dense growth of the plant also serves as a shelter and nesting location. It’s a beautiful container plant which can withstand light frost. Provide a sunny spot.

Germination instructions:

Sow in sowing mix and do not water the ground from above, but from below. Let the ground suck up the water. The temperature has to be around 25 degrees Celsius, germination follows after one to three weeks.

Sowing time:
All year round

Expected processing time: 2 days
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