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This unusual coloured Bottle Brush (Callistemon) belongs to my sister Carolyn. She shared it with me to share with you Jigidi folks. It is very beautiful. She was lucky to get the photos, as the next day the parrots shredded the flowers to bits.
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Thanks Jaklien, that is interesting. Hugs to you. ♥♥


Thanks so much dear Ank, with huge hugs. ♥♥♥


Callistemon: the name comes from the Greek words kallos and stemon. The Dutch name is "lamp polisher," referring to the long flowering spikes, which are reminiscent of the brushes used to clean petroleum lamps.
Eye-catching! Thanks for sharing, dear Janet and Carolyn ♥♥


Very special. They are beautiful. ♥♥♥


Thanks so much Allie, yes the Rainbow Lorikeets demolish the flowers as they get the honey. Just their way! Carolyn was pleased she had the photos.
Hugs my friend. ♥♥


Thanks Barb, yes the Rainbow Lorikeets are very destructive as they eat.
Hugs to you my friend. ♥☺♥


Wow Janet even lemon!! - that would be interesting to see!! Take your camera to the garden centre lol Look forward to seeing it. ;-)
Just seen that the naughty parrots broke all the flowers for Carolyn!!! What a shame, she must be very annoyed!! Such a disappointment!! x


Janet, I love your sister's beautiful flowers and sorry they were demolished the next day....but I guess the parrots have to eat to survive. Hugs to you my friend ☺♥♥


Thanks so much Daasha, hugs to you my friend. ♥♥♥


Yes the red ones are the native ones Marina, but now the plant breeders are having fun with them. Thanks and hugs. ♥


Thanks Pam, I'm glad you liked seeing this one. hugs. ♥☺♥


Thanks Andie, we all love our gardens. Hugs my friend. ♥♥


Thanks Willy, I have seen the red ones growing in California. Hugs ♥


Allie the breeders are doing magical things with them now too, there's even a lemon one now. Thanks and hugs my friend. ♥♥

Beautiful collage, Janet. Thanks and hugs, my friend. ♥♥♥


It is soooo pretty. I've never seen a light pink one. We have them here in bright red only. Thanks.


Lovely, Janet - thank you for sharing. Hugs and good wishes... ♥︎☺︎♥︎


It is quite unusual Janet ,we always see red ones in gardens .
Thank you dear friend for sharing,and thanks to Carolyn too.
You,Diana and Carolyn all have green fingers !


Such cute plants. I don;t think we have them here.


How lovely Janet!! You did mention that they also come in pink the other day - so glad you got a photo of it!! Had never seen a pink one before - made my day!! x


Thanks Rebekka, yes just the parrots natural behaviour. Hugs to you. ♥


Thanks so much Sissel, hugs my friend. ♥♥


Thanks Val, yes it's a beautiful colour, most unusual. Hugs my friend. ♥♥♥


Jan, I've seen many red ones, but never one this lovely color! That's a shame about the parrots; but I guess they were just doing what comes naturally to them :-(


Thanks for sharing Janet and hugs :-)))


Very pretty colour thank you Janet and Carolyn Hugs ♥♥♥


It is a different colour Nev and very pretty. Thanks and hugs my friend. ♥♥♥


Thanks Jill, yes it's a most unusual colour, so pretty. Hugs my friend. ♥


Redina they are getting the sweet honey from the blossoms and shred the blossoms as they go. They do that with quite a few Aussie flowers. Thanks and hugs to you. ♥


Thanks Shirley, it's a beautiful colour isn't it. Good luck getting some more for your garden. Hugs my friend. ♥♥


Thanks Jacki, hugs to you my friend. ♥


Thanks Gail, they are destructive with blossoms. Hugs to you. ♥


Like Jill, I hadn't seen one with such light colouring either.
Thanks Carolyn & Janet. ♥♥♥ x 2


Oh that is a pretty coloured one, I have not seen one in that shade before. Lovely thank you Janet and Carolyn


Glad she got the picture. Do the parrots eat it or use it for nesting, or are they just being mean?? TFS


This is a beauty, I had one this colour but the flowers were much smaller, I don't have any Callistemon were we are now, but I will do something about. :)) Thanks, Carolyn and Janet ♥♥


Ooooh. Nice one Janet. Thank you and hugs


Very pretty and unusual. Those naughty parrots!

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