C.Rocky_Rambler.JPG (45704 bytes)Callistemon Rocky Rambler: is a member of the Myrtaceae family and is a dwarf form of Callistemon pearsonii.
Callistemon Rocky Rambler is a small shrub that reaches a height of 40 centimetres with a spread on one metre. The narrow-lanceolate leaves are about three centimetres long with a sharp point. Young growth is pink and hairy.
In late spring and summer, plants produce small, bright red flower spikes. Their anthers are tipped with yellow.
“Rocky Rambler” is a colourful ground cover that would be at home in a rockery or native cottage garden.
“Rocky Rambler” comes from the Blackdown Tablelands inland from Rockhampton in central Queensland .