One look at its flowers, and you’ll understand how the red cluster bottlebrush shrub got its name. The cylindrical, brush-like flowers make an appearance twice each year — once in the spring and again in summer — and draw in nectar-feeding birds. This shrub will serve as a stand-out in any landscape.
- Produces vibrant red blooms twice per year
- Requires very little maintenance once established
- Tolerates drought, but prefers moist soil
- Will be delivered at a height of 1'–3'