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Battle of the Bottle Brush

Battle of the Bottle Brush

Native to Australia the Bottle Brush makes a striking shrub/tree if cared for correctly. As soon as you mention Australia when talking about plant life you immediately put this one to the way side if you live in the Northern Hemisphere, but wait, this shrub works, I literally have the living proof. The photo is from my very own Bottle Brush, the genus Callistemon which belongs to the family Myrtaceae and is grown throughout Australia. They love water, again if you live in Texas or other dry...

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Black-eyed Susan, Rudbeckia hirta

Black-eyed Susan, Rudbeckia hirta

Rudbeckia hirta (Black-eyed Susan) is an annual wildflower that is a short-lived perennial in some regions. It is native to North America. It is probably one of the most common wildflower in the U.S. Black-eyed Susan These flowers could be found growing along the country roadsides. As you drive further into the country you can find fields that have been left to fallow and the Black-eyed Susan flowers have taken over and create a blanket of yellow flowers. In the City, you might find them...

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