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  • Lisa DeHart

    Japanese Bottlebrush This unique plant takes very little maintenance. Feathery, brush-like spikes form on the thin, wiry stems that arch above the lacy, green leaves below. The light carmine flower clusters have a unique look, giving the appearance of caterpillars perched on branches. Rabbit and insect pest resistant. Drought tolerant. Sanguisorba obtusa Light: Full Sun to Part Shade Bloom Time: Early Spring to Early Fall Size: #1 Plants Zones: 4 to 9 Height: 30-36"

  • Marianne Paulsen

    Bottlebrush Plant Stands out in Sunny Borders! Soft pink, caterpillar-like flowers atop a low mound of gray-green foliage are delightful water-side. An easy to grow perennial makes a great addition to any garden. Light: Full sun to partial shade Height: 24-36" Bloom Time: Summer Zones: 4 to 9

  • SoniaSophia

    Japanese Bottlebrush - Breck' s recommends for containers. Flowers early to late summer. 30-36"h. Full sun to part shade. Rabbit and insect resistant.

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