What is Callistemon bottlebrush
Callistemon bottlebrush, ( scientific name: Callistemon speciosus ) is a hardy evergreen small trees of the family myrtaceae native to Australia. Leaves are firm quality of leather and are grow each other to a branchares. The shape of the leaves are tin linear shape , cover needle form, or boat-shape with green. There is not the petal, and there are a lot of stamen and pistils. A lot of filaments gathered in looking like a flower. One filament diameter is several millimeters. An inflorescence diameter is 10-20 cm. The color of the filament is cerise or white and a lot of filaments gather to the inflorescence and become into a brush forms. Yellow anthers of the stamen tip glitter such as gold. Fruit becomes after a flower, but there is the property that fruit is broken, and a seed is scattered if a tree dies of a forest fire without being available to a tree until caught in a forest fire, and starting a seed.
Common name: Callistemon bottlebrush, scientific name: Callistemon speciosus, aka: callistemon ,brush wood, Cedar leaf brush trees, Bottle brush
origin: Australia, height: 200-500 cm, length: 7-10 cm, leaf length:0.5 cm, Inflorescences form: spikes, petal color: green, flowers (filament) colors: red, white, flowers high: 15 cm, inflorescence size: 10-20 cm, flowering period: March-July, fruit: capsule and ripens fruit.