bottle brush plant or seeds

Brooklet, GA(Zone 8a)

Has anyone got one of these. I saw one today for the first time and they are quite unique aand beautiful. I would really like to get one or some seeds of one. Janet

kelso, WA(Zone 8a)

Are you talking about liatris??..If so, I have some purple you can have for postage.....meplant :) :)

Macclesfield, CHESHIRE(Zone 8a)

If you mean Callistemon (a native off new Zealand) I have some seed I could let you have of a couple of varieties

ELTEL

Palmyra, VA(Zone 7a)

Do you mean 'Melaleuca'?
http://www.glades.org/exotic.htm

Brooklet, GA(Zone 8a)

Deffinitely not melaleuca. Thanks for the link.

Springfield, MA(Zone 6a)

this is a liatrus and sure looks like a bottle brush. i don't have any but i was curious as to how it might look. sure is pretty
http://www.ncnatural.com/wildflwr/liatris.html

is this is?
debi z

Bay City, MI(Zone 6a)

they have red or white bottle brush plants on ebay...check it out.
sounds like callistemon to me.


This message was edited Friday, May 4th 6:14 PM

Brooklet, GA(Zone 8a)

no, its not blazzing star. thanks

i looked at ebay and could not find the plant to view it.

thanks

Palmyra, VA(Zone 7a)

jcf

Is it a plant or a tree? I have what is known as bottle brush tree, narrow leaves, weeping habit, flowers are red, bunch or cone like with single rod with bunches of little bumps with red tassel. Don't know the latin name.

Macclesfield, CHESHIRE(Zone 8a)

Still sounds like callistemon to me. Offer still stands.

El Tel

Brooklet, GA(Zone 8a)

eltel, you are right. i researched and believe this is it. i will email you directly for an address. thanks

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