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Image of Callisia repens photo by: Megan Bame

Megan Bame

(Bolivian Inchplant, Creeping Inchplant, Turtle Vine)

Creeping inchplant is an evergreen perennial that grows in spreading mats. This native of Latin America, from southern Texas to Argentina, bears white flowers in fall.

Grow creeping inchplant primarily for its attractive, succulent bright green to gray green foliage. It does well in moist, well-drained soils in partial shade. Also a nice specimen for houseplant culture.

Image of Callistemon citrinus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Crimson Bottlebrush)

Named and grown for its fuzzy spikes of bright red flowers, crimson bottlebrush is a large, spreading, evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Australia. It has stiff, flat, narrow, lance-shaped, green leaves which are coppery colored when young and which emit a lemony aroma when crushed. The flowers appear in heaviest abundance in spring and summer, attracting hummingbirds. The fruits are cup-shaped, small and woody and release hundreds of tiny seeds. The bark is gray to grayish brown in...

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Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Named and grown for its fuzzy spikes of bright red flowers, crimson bottlebrush is a large, spreading, evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Australia. It has stiff, flat, narrow, lance-shaped, green leaves which are coppery colored when young and which emit a lemony aroma when crushed. The flowers appear in heaviest abundance in spring and summer, attracting hummingbirds. The fruits are cup-shaped, small and woody and release hundreds of tiny seeds. The bark is gray to grayish brown in...

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Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Compact Crimson Bottlebrush, Crimson Bottlebrush)

Named and grown for its fuzzy spikes of bright red flowers, crimson bottlebrush is a large, spreading, evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Australia. It has stiff, flat, narrow, lance-shaped, green leaves which are coppery colored when young and which emit a lemony aroma when crushed. The flowers appear in heaviest abundance in spring and summer, attracting hummingbirds. The fruits are cup-shaped, small and woody and release hundreds of tiny seeds. The bark is gray to grayish brown in...

Image of Callistemon rigidus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Erect Bottlebrush, Rigid Bottlebrush)

New leaves are light yellow-green and fuzzy but then mature to dark green and stiff on the stiff bottlebrush. It is showiest anytime from very late winter into late summer when branch tips are crimson-red spikes of bristled flowers. This evergreen large shrub is native to east-central Australia in Queensland and New South Wales. Its branches are a ghostly gray-beige with mildly corky dark sandy brown bark.

The dark green leaves are stiff and linear to lance-shaped although when first emerging...

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James Burghardt

(Clemson Hardy Bottlebrush, Red Cluster Bottlebrush)

Fuzzy new leaves are light yellow-green and rose but then mature to dark green and stiff on the Red Cluster bottlebrush. Botanical known as 'Clemson Hardy', it is showiest anytime from very late winter into late summer when branch tips have crimson-red spikes of bristled flowers. This evergreen large shrub is native to east-central Australia in Queensland and New South Wales. Its branches are a ghostly gray-beige with mildly corky dark sandy brown bark.

The dark green leaves are stiff and linear...

Image of Callistemon viminalis photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Weeping Bottlebrush)

Usually grown as a small multi-stemmed tree or large shrub, this narrow-leaved evergreen from eastern Australia has weeping branches that produce fuzzy clusters of bright red flowers in spring and sporadically thereafter. Its light-green leaves are flushed with bronze when new. Several cultivars are available, including the dwarf 'Little John'.

Grow weeping bottlebrush in full sun and well-drained fertile soil. A nice specimen tree for the border or patio, it can also be massed for screening....

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John Rickard

(Little John Dwarf Bottlebrush, Weeping Bottlebrush)

Often grown as a small multi-stemmed tree, weeping bottlebrush is a narrow-leaved evergreen native to eastern Australia. Its dwarf cultivar 'Little John' offers the same bright red fuzzy flower clusters but on a dwarf, dense, rounded shrub. The hummingbird-attracting flowers continue through much of the year. The blue-green leaves are flushed with bronze when new.

Grow 'Little John' in full sun and well-drained fertile soil. A nice specimen tree for the border or patio, it can also be used as...

Image of Calotropis gigantea photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Crown Flower)

Woolly stems and leaves of the crown flower attract attention year round, but extra visual delight occurs when stem tips bear a cluster of lavender flowers. A spreading evergreen succulent shrub, it is native to dry woodlands across southeastern Asia, from India to Indonesia. Traditionally, crown flower's stem bark is used as medicine, the leaves as a wound poultice and plant juices as a yellow dye.

The large oval leaves emerge very fuzzy and almost silvery white. As they mature, the leaf becomes...

(Italian Bellflower)

Italian Bellflower is a trailing tender perennial grown for its abundant flowers that look like falling stars. But due to its limited hardiness, it is usually grown as an annual. The upward facing blue, purple, and white flowers bloom all summer on small heart-shaped, light green leaves. As its name suggests, the Italian bellflower is native to Italy where it thrives in full to partial sun.

Grow Italian bellflower in moist but well-drained, fertile soil. Shear the plant after the flowers have...