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- n. Plural form of bottlebrush.
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Flocks of bats hung from the jungley black branches of bottlebrushes and eucalyptus, and giant scavenger birds loomed on the crests of the trees, their long stiff beaks chattering like tom-toms.
* 1 - Ann and John Greenhalgh's garden, 'Wilgabland,' features bottlebrushes, photinias,
They have worked at creating several different garden rooms from arid to semi-tropical with succulents, agapanthus, salvias, grasses, bottlebrushes and many roses.
Foxtail lilies (eremurus), which come in a range of colours, produce tall bottlebrushes of flowers in midsummer, growing from one to two metres.
Yellow nutsedge also produces bristly, chestnut brown seedheads that resemble small bottlebrushes when it is not mowed.
"Can I have a baby?" needs a more complex background beginning with our attempt to grow a bottle-brush tree (an Australian tree with crimson flowers resembling bottlebrushes).
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