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Common Name: Green Wallum Bottlebrush, Melaleuca pachyphylla
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The Green Wallum Bottlebrush is a stunning evergreen known for its' unusual green bottlebrush flowers on long stems arriving in spring and summer. This pretty tree is a dwarfed Callistemon and grows up 1 metre tall, and is also highly attractive to birds and insects. Ideal for use as a specimen tree or hedging, and the non-invasive root system renders it ideal for planting near buildings or walkways.
This is a type of Australian "Bush Tucker". The leaves and blossoms of Callistemon varieties can be used to make a refreshing tea, but are not edible.
Plant near the house for encouraging beautiful bird life, or it is a stunning addition to add colour or contrast to the garden.
Very hardy to most conditions, including wind, drought and frost. Most well drained soils. Tolerates wet feet better than other varieties. Full sun.
Not available to South Australia due to quarantine restrictions.
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