Callistemon 'John Mashlan'
A compact, upright-growing bottlebrush. Bears a profusion of candy-floss pink brushes through spring and summer. Drought-tolerant once established.
10 Year Size
Taxonomy and Etymology
Family: Myrtaceae, myrtle family, a family of evergreen trees and shrubs.
Genus: Callistemon, callistemon, derived from the Greek nouns κάλλος (kalós, 'beauty') and στήμονας (stímonas, 'stamen'), meaning 'beautiful stamen', in reference to the beauty of the flowers of species in this genus. Commonly known as bottlebrush, a genus of flowering shrubs.
Cultivar: Callistemon 'John Mashlan'
Common Name: Bottlebrush
Description and Features
Description: A compact, upright-growing bottlebrush. Bears a profusion of candy-floss pink brushes through spring and summer. Drought-tolerant once established.
Uses: Topiary, Attracts bees
Sun and Shade: Full sun, Part shade
Winter Foliage: Evergreen