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Bottlebrush Buckeye

The Bottlebrush Buckeye is a shrub native to woodlands of Alabama, Georgia, and northern Florida. These dense shrubs feature palmate-shaped leaves and clusters of tubular, fluffy, white flowers that bloom in early July. In the fall, the flowers produce pear-shaped inedible nuts encased in husks, and the coarse, dark green leaves turn to a butter yellow. These shrubs are easily grown in average, well-drained, moist, and rich soils in part shade to full sun, and are intolerant to dry soils, especially in early years of development.



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