Natal bottlebrush | Blinkblaarbaakhout | Greyia sutherlandii tree for sale
Natal bottlebrush is frost sensitive and has little resistance to drought. It is a deciduous tree (more often classified as a shrub) with large bright-red bottlebrush flowers. It has a tendency to branch low down. Pruning will not inhibit this phenomenon - hence we recommend that you plant Greyia sutherlandii as a shrub. Natal bottlebrush’s root system is not aggressive and is ideal for planting in a small garden. It is susceptible to fungal attack, but this is easily treated with a fungicide. Greyia sutherlanii does well in a container. Please also refer to Greyia radlkoferi.
Value to honeybees: Nectar, N0-2; Pollen, P0-2; Flowering months 8-10. (See blog-post "The bee-value of South Africa's trees" for an explanation of codes)
For more information on this species go to Plantz Africa Greyia sutherlandii Natal bottlebrush
Only available in 50L
Greyia sutherlandii (Natal bottlebrush) in 50L for sale.
Recommended retail price-50L