Weeping bottlebrush is a single-stemmed tree with billowing, arching branches, and a weeping form. Prolific blooming year-round, the flowers are a rich source of nectar for pollinators and birds. Crimson red stamens, connected in rings, form a bottlebrush shape. Following flowers comes woody seed capsules that persist for years.
Native to Eastern Australia, the weeping bottlebrush tree is both drought and salt tolerant. It does best in well-drained soil in a sunny spot. This tree drops little to no litter. Allergies could be a problem for some.
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