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bottlebrush, noun

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EnglishShow more Transferred use of general English bottlebrush a name applied to various plants and flowers.
Any of several shrubs or trees of the Greyiaceae and Proteaceae, bearing brush-like flowers. Usually with a distinguishing epithet:
mountain bottlebrush, (a) Natal bottlebrush; (b) the winter-flowering shrub Greyia flanaganii of the Greyiaceae;
Natal bottlebrush, the ornamental shrub or small tree Greyia sutherlandii of the Greyiaceae;
red bottlebrush, the colourful low shrub Mimetes cucullatus of the Proteaceae;
silver-leaved bottlebrush rare, the shrub M. argenteus of the Proteaceae;
Transvaal bottlebrush, the gnarled shrub Greyia radlkoferi of the Greyiaceae.
Note:
Greyia flanaganii is also occasionally called Flanagan’s bottlebrush or kei bottlebrush.
1951 S. Eliovson Flowering Shrubs & Trees 86Greyia sutherlandii, Mountain bottlebrush. This semi-deciduous shrub is most suitable for the rockery, for it comes from the mountain slopes of South Africa, particularly Natal.
1984 J. Onderstall Tvl Lowveld & Escarpment 128Greyia radlkoferi, Transvaal Bottlebrush...As rugged as its rocky, mountain environs, it is often gnarled and crooked, with very rough bark.
Any of several shrubs or trees of the Greyiaceae and Proteaceae, bearing brush-like flowers. Usually with a distinguishing epithet: