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a cylindrical brush on a thin shaft that is used to clean bottles

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It is simply lovely and is one of the first bottlebrushes to be used for garden glory.
Bottlebrushes are, they find, the ideal choice for accessing and cleaning those hard to reach areas.
Expectant moms and dads spend many a weekend outfitting Junior's room with enough onesies, bottlebrushes, and diaper cream for quintuplets.
At the recent Amateur Gardening Spring Show at the Royal Showground at Stoneleigh it was difficult to miss bottlebrushes (Callistemon).
I wear the come-hither-and-fuck-me uniform of the times, a skin-tight diaphanous mini-dress with no underwear, in red to pick up the red fur of the bottlebrushes in the foliage, in the background.
To gather the latter, they traveled near and far, bringing back sabal palms, palmettos, and perennials from around the United States, and obscure bottlebrushes and eucalyptus from Australia (including Eucalyptus neglecta, an evergreen hardy to -20 [degrees]).
Small trees such as guavas and bottlebrushes produce heavy shade under which no plant can grow.
A group of plants closely related to bottlebrushes are the melaleucas.
The lemon bottlebrush (Callistemon citrinus) is named for the musky citrus scent produced by its leaves and peeling bark, but it is far more famous for the brilliant scarlet bottlebrushes that adorn it each spring and fall.