The Callistemon is a plant very common in the gardens. Native of Australia, belonging to the family myrtaceae, it has small petals-flowers, which pass largely unnoticed. The showy part of the flower are indeed the long stamens, meeting a bunch stretched. The leaves are long and linear, dark green. The genus counts around 30 species, all evergreen. The Callistemon bright pink, suitable for dry with sunny exposure and for growing in flowerpot, can reach 9 feet tall in cultivation, with a dense canopy dome and pendulous branches. The pink flowers are scarlet stamens and abundant bloom in the spring, and again several times until the autumn.