Wilderness White Weeping Bottlebrush

Wilderness White Weeping Bottlebrush

Callistemon viminalis Wilderness White

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Plant Details
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Care Information

Expected Height Range:

3 m - 5 m

Spread Range:

2 m - 3 m

Preferred positioning:

Full sun, Partial sun, and Partial shade

Common uses:

Adaptable, Attractive foliage, Coastal garden, Border planting, Drought tolerant, Specimen plant, Hedging, Privacy screening, Supports wildlife, Wind protection, and Robust/Hardy

Flower Season/s:

Spring and Summer

Flower Colour/s:

Plant life cycle:



While not occurring naturally, Callistemon viminalis 'Wilderness White' is a cultivar of the Callistemon viminalis which is endemic to Eastern parts of Australia including Queensland and New South Wales. This species is well-adapted to a variety of habitats within these regions, from riparian zones along rivers and streams to more open woodland areas.

Leaf information:

Narrow dark green leaves

Preferred Soil:

Prefers well-drained soil, however can temporarily tolerate moister heavier soils

A standout plant with its elegant weeping form and white brush-like flowers that attract birds and beneficial insects. Its adaptable to a range of conditions, including wet areas and areas with periods of dry giving it the ability to thrive in otherwise difficult spots.

Care Considerations:

Once established, it is relatively drought-tolerant only needing an occasional water in extended dry periods. Pruning after flowering can encourage bushier growth and enhance flowering the following season. Generally does not require fertilising, however a slow-release, low-phosphorus fertiliser can be used in poor soils.
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