Closeup of the red tubular flowers of the Adenanthos Albany Woollybush. Excellent medium sized shrub or small tree with silky hairs covering the foliage make it soft to touch – for gardens, windbreaks or as a soft foilage alternative Christmas tree. Focus to top flowers

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Closeup of the red tubular flowers of the Adenanthos Albany Woollybush.  Excellent medium sized shrub or small tree with silky hairs covering the foliage make it soft to touch - for gardens, windbreaks or as a soft foilage alternative Christmas tree.  
Focus to top flowers

By Mary Ellen Ellis Adenanthos sericeus is called woolly bush, an appropriately named shrub for its fine needles that cover it like a soft, woolly coat. Native to Australia, this bush is a pretty addition to many gardens and is hardy down to 25 degrees Fahrenheit (-4 degrees Celsius). With some basic adenanthos information and the right climate conditions, you can grow this easy and attractive shrub. What is Adenanthos? Adenanthos is an evergreen shrub native to the southern coastal region of Western Australia. Because it naturally grows along the coast, it is tolerant of wind and salt, making it a great choice for coastal gardens in the U.S. and other areas. When growing adenanthos plants, expect their growth to top about six to ten feet (two to three meters) tall and about six feet (two meters) wide. The evergreen needles are grayish-green and so fine that the shrub is

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