Bottlebrush Trees - Another Interesting Sight in Tucson
When I first moved to the Tucson, AZ area, the sight of these blooming trees really had me taking a second look.
They call them, of all things, a Bottle Brush tree.
They are evergreen, and are also known as Callistemon.
As you can guess, their name is derived from the bright red flowers that so resemble a common household bottle brush.
Originally thought to be from Australia, bottle brush trees love warm, humid climates with plenty of sunlight.
Often in shrub form, they can also be trained to a small tree. Hummingbirds love them!
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