Callistemon citrinus red rocket

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Callistemon laevis is a very resistant and easily grown shrub with red flowers in the form of brushes.

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Description:

Discover the beauty of the Callistemon, also known as the bottlebrush tree, a perennial species belonging to the myrtle family. Its distinctive appearance and lush foliage make it an impressive addition to any landscape.

Watering and Care:

The Callistemon is highly drought-resistant but requires adequate watering during its active growth phase. During winter, the plant goes into dormancy and requires less water. Ensure good drainage and avoid waterlogging to prevent root rot issues.

Pruning:

To encourage healthy growth and abundant flowering, it is recommended to prune the Callistemon in autumn. Pruning helps to remove dead or diseased branches, promoting renewal and the development of new shoots.

Additional Care:

In regions with low temperatures or the risk of frost, you can protect the Callistemon by applying pine bark mulch around its roots. This mulch helps maintain a more stable soil temperature and protects the roots from damage caused by extreme cold.

Take advantage of the opportunity to cultivate and enjoy the beauty and resilience of the Callistemon in your own garden!

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Data sheet

Name
Callistemon - Limpiatubos
Origen
Australia
Height
Up to 1.5m
Colour
Reddish leaves and red flowers
Flowering
spring
Location
Sun
Irrigation
Moderate, drought resistant
Applications
It is often used to make compact hedges
Others
Plant very resistant to drought and humidity
Note
Being a live plant and depending on the season, the plant may be received, in some cases, not exactly the same as in the photograph, but as similar as possible. This does not affect the quality of the plant.

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