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Bottlebrush Hannah Ray

The hummingbirds flock to this showy shrub with masses of crimson bottlebrush shaped flowers, on pendulous branches throughout the warm season. Well suited as a hedge or screen plant. Hannah ray is heat tolerant and will take some cold, grows in most any soil condition but does best when planted in fertile well drained soil. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.

Bottlebrush Hannah Ray

  • 3 gallon
  • Botanical Name Rosa Celestial Nights�
    Exposure Full Sun
    Height x Width 4-5' H x 4-5' W
    Water Water regularly until established. Water more during periods of high temperatures.
    Zones Zones 5-9
    Fertilization Feed in spring and summer with a fertilizer specifically designed for roses. Follow label directions.
    Pruning Remove spent flowers. May be cut back by 1/3 during winter for a compact growth habit the following summer."
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