Callistemon cit. ‘White ANZAC’
Plant name: White ANZAC bottlebrush
Plant type: shrubs / bushes / trees
Cultural notes: A hardy and vigorous plant adaptable to a wide range of conditions. Prefers full sun but will tolerate light shade.
Maintenance: Can be pruned after flowering to maintain shape.
Tolerates: Tolerant of drought, frost salt spray and poor drainage.
Flowering season: Spring and early Summer.
Flower colour: Pure white, ageing to cream-white, bottlebrush style flower spikes to 15cm in length.
Foliage colour: Mid green to dark green lanceolate leaves to 6cm in length.
Width: up to 3m
Height: up to 1m
Plant spacing: 150cm apart
Recommended uses: An attractive fast growing plant suitable as a small hedge, mounding groundcover, or as a container plant.
Description: A low, spreading shrub with pure white flower spikes in spring and early summer. Grows to 1m in Height: and spreads up to 3m.