this one for about a year or so. Correa alba ‘Western Pink Star ... coastal frontlines, pesky deer and pruning. Correa reflexa ‘Coastal Prolific’ Correa pulchella ‘Remarkable Rocks’ Correa pulchella ‘Yorke Peninsula’ Correa pulchella ‘Autumn Blaze’ Correa pulchella prostrate forms. startxref Correa alba: Coast Correa plant Photo: A J Brown. cult. 0000117978 00000 n Frost Tolerance: Moderate: Growth Rate: Moderate: Description: Native shrub with small green rounded leaves and pink bell shaped flowers. xref Drought and frost tolerant. endstream endobj 121 0 obj <>/Metadata 6 0 R/OpenAction 122 0 R/PageLabels 3 0 R/Pages 5 0 R/StructTreeRoot 8 0 R/Type/Catalog/ViewerPreferences<>>> endobj 122 0 obj <> endobj 123 0 obj <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageC]/Properties<>/XObject<>>>/Rotate 0/StructParents 0/TrimBox[14.1732 14.1732 581.102 827.717]/Type/Page>> endobj 124 0 obj <> endobj 125 0 obj <> endobj 126 0 obj <> endobj 127 0 obj <> endobj 128 0 obj <> endobj 129 0 obj <>stream 0000148989 00000 n Correa Blush Correa alba var. This freely branching evergreen shrub of Australian origin (height 2 metres) bears clusters of short, bell-shaped, sometimes pink tinted, waxy white flowers from early summer to late autumn. alba 'Blush'. Where it thrives: ACT, VIC, TAS, SA, WA, Southern NSW and Sydney (in good draining soils). 0000104216 00000 n 0000196745 00000 n Most correa alba seem to have a pink or mauve tint to them, however they are still called the ‘White Correa’ Growing to about 1m, Correa alba forms a nice rounded mound, frost resistant, full sun to part shade and nice blue green foliage. 0000241658 00000 n 0000170027 00000 n Prefers reasonably drained soil, however it is adaptable to most soil types. Correa ‘Dusky Bells’. Sep 27, 2016 - Coastal Pink™ Correa is a new pink flowered form of the popular coastal Correa alba, its makes a medium shrub or hedge and has a strong growth habit This is a tough little shrub, it takes what we can throw at it and rewards us with its dainty flowers from winter to spring, and good foliage year round. 0000135205 00000 n That means that it really does have pretty good coastal tolerance. Position & Tolerances: Full sun to light shade. alba. The main flowering period covers autumn and winter with sporadic flowering at other times. h�b``pa`�X�����ŀ Flower Color: Cream. Plant Description: This is a new pink flowered form of the popular Correa alba. Rose pink flowers. A common species of coastal closed heath and woodland. pink, 7–17 mm long, 1.5–5 mm wide, adaxial surface glabrous, abaxial surface sparsely to densely stellate tomentose, stellate hairs with rays 0.3–1.8 mm long. ACC1298. Great in containers and great for small gardens. Candy Pink, Catie Bec and many others. Our specimens have proved to hardy, free flowering, frost and drought resistant. Grows approx. Uses: Small to fence sized hedge (also as a coastal landscape filler, bird attracting plant, mass planted as a medium shrub). Irrigation: Drought tolerant once established. Use these plants understanding that no compensation can be claimed from Ozbreed for any loss. (Correa alba x Correa backhousiana) Useful plant for growing under oaks and as a low screen. Coastal Pink™ Correa alba ‘COR10’ PBR Its strong growth habit makes it a wonderful medium hedge option. Like a well drained soil, frost and drought tolerant when established. A common species of coastal closed heath and woodland. Plant spacing: 100cm apart Can be used as a hedge plant. Frost Tolerance: Moderate: Growth Rate: Moderate: Description: Native shrub with small green rounded leaves and pink bell shaped flowers. Blooming in autumn to winter, small nectar loving birds will visit them. ACC160 . 0000147543 00000 n It is very tough and grows rapidly in the first 12 months (without becoming a weed) Drought and frost tolerant. 0000205368 00000 n 0000181459 00000 n Common Correa (C. reflexa) Height from prostrate to 3 metres. Correa alba is native to coastal areas of New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. populations to the west of Port Phillip Bay (see notes under C. reflexa).Some populations east of Portland, and from the Otway Range to the west of Port Phillip Bay are intermediate between the 2 recognized varieties. Height & Width: 2m high x 2m wide (can be kept smaller with pruning). This form is mentioned but not named in Elliot and Jones’ ‘Encyclopaedia of Australian Plants’, Volume 3 page 91. ORIGIN: Correa ‘Blush’ is a selection of Correa alba var. 0000241391 00000 n It has a mounding habit and looks fantastic planted under trees that provide dappled sunlight. Will tolerate a wide range of soil conditions and grows well in semi shade or full sun. Correa alba – White Correa A great little plant for coastal gardens, as it likes sandy soils and will resist salty winds. Correa alba - white correa. ‘Coastal Pink’™, pictured second, has pink tinged flowers on a 2 m … Ideal for coastal and inland conditions and once established will tolerate short periods of dry and light frost. In this website, the genus species and cultivar are listed like this example: Dianella caerulea ‘DCNC0’ is the PBR and cultivar name. Correa 'Blush' Correa alba var. Height 30 cm, width 80 cm. It grows well in full sun or part shade and can be pruned to shape or makes a great hedge. Frost: Frost Tolerant 25F-18F (-8C) Soil: Well-drained. Coastal Correa ground cover : Correa alba prostrate - Mallee Design. 0000003905 00000 n alba 'Blush' description. Its flowers have a more noticeable pink tinge to them than other popular types of alba. It grows to 1.5 metres in height, has reddish-brown hairy new growth. USES: Informal hedge or shrub for native, wildlife and cottage gardens. This form is mentioned but not named in Elliot and Jones’ ‘Encyclopaedia of Australian Plants’, Volume 3 page 91. Leaves ovate to circular or obovate, 1-5-3.5 cm long and 10-27 mm wide with a rounded apex. Leaves are oval shaped, greyish in colour with the undersurface covered with short hairs. • A new and exciting pink flowered form of the popular coastal Correa alba. Approximate height at purchase: 20cm pot – 0.2m The main flowering period covers autumn and winter with sporadic flowering at other times. DESCRIPTION: Native flowering shrub with small oval slightly grey-green felty leaves; small starry white flowers from autumn to spring. The flowers are not typical tubular Correa flowers. 0000159629 00000 n A pink flowering variety is also available. Correa alba compact – White Correa compact form Correa alba prostrate – Silver Star Correa alba prostrate – Star Showers CR001 PBR pending Correa alba var. 0000160091 00000 n ACC434 . Correa decumbens. Position: Full sun to light shade. Conditions: Tolerant of dry or moist, well drained soils in full sun to partial shade. That means that it really does have pretty good coastal tolerance. 30cm tall x 1.2m wide. alba. Correa alba Andrews APNI* Description: Erect shrub to 1.5 m high; young stems rusty-tomentose. Correa alba ‘Star Showers’ – Native Fuchsia An attractive, very easy care and low growing shrub, Star Showers has grey dense foliage and prolific white starry flowers. A variation on the plant above, I have only had . An excellent container plant or planted on a coastal site. Leaves ovate to ± circular or obovate, 1.5–3.5 cm long, 10–27 mm wide, apex rounded, base rounded to cuneate, upper surface glabrous to sparsely hairy, lower surface tomentose. 0000148260 00000 n 0000101276 00000 n pannosa 'Western Pink Star' (Australian Fuchsia) - An ornamental member of the citrus family which is a semi-woody moderately-compact ground-covering plant that grows to 1 foot tall and about 4-6 feet wide and has round to oval grayish-green, slightly-rough small leaves. Correa ‘ Dusky Bells’ Correa alba var. h�bbbd`b``Ń3�%E=@� H8� Family Name: Rutaceae: Common Name: Correa: Size: 2m high x 2m wide, smaller with pruning. 0000205993 00000 n It grows to 1.5 metres in height, has reddish-brown new growth. Coastal Pink™ Correa alba 'COR10' Native Shrubs & Ground Covers Range Plant Description: This is a new pink flowered form of the popular Correa alba. ACC767. j�-��}����pH3�32�D$C�/�3�d��e� O1e 0000159602 00000 n Jul 21, 2017 - Correa alba, commonly known as White Correa, is a shrub which is endemic to Australia. Dense forming, pink flowering Autumn/Winter/Spring. Actual product may vary due to pot size, availability and season. Likes a sunny spot, but will also grow in part shade, though flowering will be lessened. Correa Correa. Planting Density: 1-2 plants per linear metre (1-2 plants per m²). :����՛��Z��R0IL9���K�l����굠:�+� ���$��ް��~y�����E�}�ީ�"�?�v@��Q�.U|Ri� w0�q��J�U�%,�����KT$L�o��Q`�x�q�A���C�0��-� �6n?�,�}�]��Z�y�}DE������S>���۵4�x���#�����ڛ��0�Rw��qYs�cxST��N����Y�TU��\5�-�a[o7�m�˶3��4�p�����W}g�/���1�>wQ"[��X���2|&�)�GQ�쪵��T�(�l������H+aⰖ(�9�=za��Vڔ�K}��{Ј. It has large pink and yellow bell shaped flowers and makes a great potted and small landscape plant. Correa alba has blooms that are more flattened and star-shaped. Recommended uses: Very handy in coastal gardens due to its salt tolerance. Flowers: Light pink bell flowers in winter to early spring. Correa alba ‘Western Pink … pannosa Very compact growth habit with smooth and shiny deep-green leaves. Hybrids between C. alba and other Correa species are common, e.g. Species: Correa 'Dusky Bells'Common Name: Dusky Bells CorreaGrowth Habit: 0.5-1m x 1-2mCultural: Requires well drained soils, and full sun/part shade. 0000002495 00000 n There is a variety ZParker River from the Otways, although this is not known in cultivation. Correa 'Bett's Red' description. 0000082319 00000 n It is a dense shrub to 1 metre and its leaves are particularly aromatic when crushed. 0000188367 00000 n Correa alba is native to coastal areas of New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. Correa reflexa - coastal prolific. ACC713. 0000056473 00000 n 0000159249 00000 n pink, 7–17 mm long, 1.5–5 mm wide, adaxial surface glabrous, abaxial surface sparsely to densely stellate tomentose, stellate hairs with rays 0.3–1.8 mm long. 0000003500 00000 n Width: up to 2m. Correa alba 'COR10' Coastal Pink PBR. White Correa (C. alba) Height 2 m, width 2 m. This variety is salt tolerant. Foliage colour: Grey-green rounded leaves with short hairs on the underside. Ideal for coastal and inland conditions and once established will tolerate short periods of dry and light frost. Purchase Coastal Pink™ Correa Online from: Purchase Coastal Pink™ Correa Wholesale     Purchase Coastal Pink™ Correa Retail. 192 0 obj <>stream Description: A wonderful small native shrub. The bells are more . A useful small shrub that will flower in part shade, with delicate white bells with a hint of pink. Correa Alba – also known as the Botany Bay Tea Tree and the White Correa. This freely branching evergreen shrub of Australian origin (height 2 metres) bears clusters of short, bell-shaped, sometimes pink tinted, waxy white flowers from early summer to late autumn. Species: Correa 'Dusky Bells'Common Name: Dusky Bells CorreaGrowth Habit: 0.5-1m x 1-2mCultural: Requires well drained soils, and full sun/part shade. 0000205647 00000 n 0000135556 00000 n These plants seem reasonably tolerant of average drainage conditions and handle full sun and semi shade well. Correa 'Barossa Gold' Correa glabra var. Fast growing cream flowering shrub for dry shady locations or full sun. <]/Prev 814061/XRefStm 2126>> APNI Correa 'Dusky Bells' ACRA Registration . The leaves are near circular to ovate and have a round or cuneate base and a rounded tip. Height: up to 1.5m. Species. 0000002303 00000 n Adenanthos sericeus – Silver or Coastal Woollybush Adenanthos sericeus – Silver Silk Adenanthos sericeus – Silver Streak Adenanthos sericeus compact – Dwarf Woolly Bush Agonis flexuosa – After Dark Agonis flexuosa – Burgundy Agonis flexuosa – Claret Nights Agonis flexuosa nana – Weeping Wonder Ajuga australis prostrate form – Aussie Bugle Ajuga australis upright form – Aust Distribution: Correa alba is found in near coastal areas from Kangaroo Island [requires confirmation – see 0000241580 00000 n 0000196384 00000 n Hybrids between C. alba and other Correa species are common, e.g. Fertilise with slow release native fertiliser. Coastal Pink™ Correa alba 'COR10' PBR Range: Native Shrubs WHERE TO BUY More Info. Family Name: Rutaceae: Common Name: Correa: Size: 2m high x 2m wide, smaller with pruning. They are usually white with some forms having blooms with a pink tinge. The corolla colours may be green, crimson or pink. Correa 'Benara Bell' description. 0000196109 00000 n alba 'Blush'. Correa reflexa ‘Coastal Prolific’ Correa pulchella ‘Remarkable Rocks’ Correa pulchella ‘Yorke Peninsula’ Correa pulchella ‘Autumn Blaze’ Correa pulchella prostrate forms. Correa ‘Dusky Bells’. The cultivar or true plant or turf name will always immediately follow the species name enclosed in single quotation marks. The white or occasionally light pink flowers appear between mid autumn and early winter. This website is copyright. A position in full sun is best for flowering, but it can also be grown in part shade. 0000135317 00000 n Correa alba, commonly known as white correa, is a shrub endemic to Australia. 0000170314 00000 n Correa 'Blush' Correa alba var. They are usually white with some forms having blooms with a pink tinge. %PDF-1.4 %���� 0000135091 00000 n Correa alba x pulchella Genus Species: Correa alba x … Correa alba x pulchella Read More » Genus. Correa ‘Western Pink Star’ A form of C. alba var. The genus Correa is named after the Portuguese botanist Correia de Serra.Correa ‘ Dusky Bells ’ is a probable hybrid of C. Hybrids between C. alba and other Correa species are common, e.g. Plants are living things and no matter how careful they are used, they sometimes die. squat and the leaves rounder . Correas are a group of Australian native plants with beautiful tubular flowers. 120 0 obj <> endobj This is a great coastal plant as it will grow in light sandy soils and is ve Height 80 cm, width 80 cm. 0000242192 00000 n A petite evergreen shrub that grows up to 1.5 metres in height producing oval shaped, green leaves and a profusion of star shaped pink flowers through spring and summer. pannosa Banksia spinulosa 'Coastal Gold' Correa alba variegated Banksia spinulosa 'Golden Candles' Correa backhouseana var. Correa Coastal Pink™ is frost tolerant and performs well in coastal areas. 0000808997 00000 n Coastal areas from northern New South Wales to eastern South Australia and Tasmania. A petite evergreen shrub that grows up to 1.5 metres in height producing oval shaped, green leaves and a profusion of star shaped pink flowers through spring and summer. The brand name or trade name for this plant is BREEZE®, and should not be confused with the true cultivar name. Correa 'Blush' Correa alba var. Ozbreed believes all the information supplied in this website to be correct at time of publication. Correa baeuerlenii is from coastal NSW from about ega to ateman [s ay. 0000158956 00000 n Biological Name: Correa 'Ivory Bells' Common Name: Family: Rutaceae. Correa ‘ Dusky Bells ’ belongs to the Rutaceae family which includes the commercial citrus fruits. It occurs on coastal and sand dunes and rocky sea cliffs. This is the form of correa reflexa that is indigenous to our area. Grows approximately H:2 Meters W:2 Meters (can be kept smaller with pruning). Correa Alba – also known as the Botany Bay Tea Tree and the White Correa. They are not, however, in a position to make a guarantee to this effect and accepts no liability in the event of any information proving inaccurate or photo colours being incorrect or cannot be held responsible for plants dying for any reason. For best results: Trim back as necessary, to maintain shape and size.Mulch well to enrich the soil, conserve soil moisture and suppress weeds. A common species of coastal closed heath and woodland, rarely far from the coast, but an isolated population occurs on limestone cliffs of the Mitchell River near Bairnsdale. The white flowers occur from the leaf axils and are about 12 mm in diameter. Correa alba ‘Star Showers’ – Native Fuchsia An attractive, very easy care and low growing shrub, Star Showers has grey dense foliage and prolific white starry flowers. Dense forming, pink flowering Autumn/Winter/Spring. 0000147831 00000 n Correa Blush Correa alba var. Cocci hairy, 4–7 mm long, 3–5 mm wide. 0000181018 00000 n C. alba - C. alba is a branching, evergreen shrub with ovate, dark green leaves, finely hairy beneath, and clusters of bell-shaped, sometimes pink-flushed, waxy white flowers from early summer to late autumn.. Correa alba is: Evergreen Habit. Correa alba 'COR10' Coastal Pink PBR. 0000001790 00000 n �3H�a�o�\�`��U��� ��������N)��!���Aā�C ���V: Foliage is silvery-green and bell-shaped, pale pink flowers attracting birds through autumn and winter. The Australian endemic genus Correa is a small group within this family.. But … alba from the coastal Otway region of Victoria.The selection was made by the late Paul Barnett, Carlisle River, Victoria in about 1985. Description New pink flowered form of the popular coastal Correa alba Size 2m high x 2m wide Uses Coastal bird attracting landscape filler between trees, mass planted as … 0000241274 00000 n Flower Time: Winter-spring. Correa alba Correa backhouseana is a small open shrub from Victoria and Tasmania. Correa Decumbens There are two forms of Correa decumbens , upright and prostrate, both in fullish flowering mode. ACC199 . C. alba - C. alba is a branching, evergreen shrub with ovate, dark green leaves, finely hairy beneath, and clusters of bell-shaped, sometimes pink-flushed, waxy white flowers from early summer to late autumn. Correa alba Prostrate 14cm ; Images are for reference purposes only. Correa alba The White Correa. It may be used to create an informal hedge or as a container plant. Hardy to frost and extended dry periods once established but the root system does not like to get too hot so mulch well. Soil Type: Adaptable to most soil types but preferably reasonably drained soils. 0000241925 00000 n Coastal Pink™ Correa alba 'COR10' PBR Range: Native Shrubs WHERE TO BUY More Info. 0000148893 00000 n It is has a strong growth habit and is well suited to coastal areas. 0000198363 00000 n Correa alba ‘Western Pink … Cosmic White™ Rhaphiolepis indica ‘RAPH01’ PBR Super tough Rhaphiolepis that is exempt from the NSW Rhaphiolepis ban. It makes a great conservatory specimen plant. Correa pulchella 'Pink Eyre' 2-3 feet tall and wide. 0000198116 00000 n endstream endobj 191 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/Index[8 112]/Length 27/Size 120/Type/XRef/W[1 1 1]>>stream Drought and coastal tolerant. 0000004394 00000 n C. backhouseana is the parent of a number of hybrids including old favourite Redex and Marians Marvel. White flowers that open to a star shape appear from summer through to autumn. The species occurs in sandy or rocky areas in coastal areas of south eastern Australia south of Port Stephens 0000002553 00000 n pannosa 'Western Pink Star' (Australian Fuchsia) - An ornamental member of the citrus family which is a semi-woody moderately-compact ground-covering plant that grows to 1 foot tall and about 4-6 feet wide and has round to oval grayish-green, slightly-rough small leaves. 0000148287 00000 n 0000242114 00000 n Correa alba var. Plant in a well mulched garden, a chunky mulch is recommended. The flower is open, unlike most correa species. Approximate height at purchase: 20cm pot – 0.2m Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Shade. Correa ‘ Dusky Bells’ Correa alba var. 0000118919 00000 n 0000002126 00000 n Banksia spinulosa 'Birthday Candles' Correa alba pink Banksia spinulosa 'Coastal Cushion'* Correa alba var. Great to use for rockeries or can be used as a groundcover. Regular tip pruning will help keep the plant compact. The largest plant would be in excess of 1 metre in width. The flowers are attractive to nectar feeding birds, and are borne over a long period, from autumn to early spring. Light pink flowers. Copes well with coastal winds. Correa alba is small shrub to about 1.5 metres in height by a similar width. 0000003210 00000 n An excellent container plant or planted on a coastal site. ‘Western Pink Star’ can be sited in a favored patio vessel or massed in a dry border … Great to use for rockeries or can be used as a groundcover. (Correa alba x Correa backhousiana) Useful plant for growing under oaks and as a low screen. Botanical name. Velvet Sky™ Metrosideros collina 'MB01' PBR Correa est un genre de 11 espèces d'angiospermes aux fleurs en forme de cloches originaires pour la plupart de l'est de l'Australie. Jul 17, 2015 - Correa alba is an attractive compact shrub with silvery green foliage that is downy underneath. Correa alba has a wide coastal distribution and occurs in NSW, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia. Correa Alba Features:: Gorgeous Australian native shrub growing 1-2m high.Handsome rounded, greyish-green foliage and pretty white star shaped flowers most of the year. Correa decumbens prostrate. They are 15 to 30 mm long by 10-30 mm wide. 0000148823 00000 n %%EOF 0000242381 00000 n 0000121844 00000 n Correa alba has blooms that are more flattened and star-shaped. It is has a … trailer 0000170719 00000 n �CT8p��40�0h5� 0l`�:���ˠ���h���0AG��\�7���8�- The white flowers occur from the leaf axils and are about 12 mm in diameter. It is has a strong growth habit and is well suited to coastal areas. Correa 'Betty Fawcett' description. pannosa prostrate. pannosa prostrate. Mature Height: 15-30cm: Position: Full Sun, Semi-Shade: Mature Width: 1-2m: Soil Type: Any, Clay, Loam, Sandy, Well Drained: View More >> Available Products Only. 0000003354 00000 n ... Correa pulchella 'Pink Eyre' (Pink Australian Fuchsia) ... Correa Alba "White Correa" White Correa is a very hardy plant. Copes well with coastal winds. Correa alba ‘Coastal Pink ’ This is a new pink flowered form of the popular Correa alba. Correa 'Candy Pink' description. Lacks the conspicuous oil glands which are prominent on the leaves of other Correa. 0000118431 00000 n Correa alba has a wide coastal distribution and occurs in NSW, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia. Mazeutoxeron rufum Labill. Banksia paludosa dwarf Correa alba low grey Banksia spinulosa 'Birthday Candles' Correa alba pink Banksia spinulosa 'Coastal Cushion'* Correa alba var. Correa alba with its star shaped flowers is a native to coastal NSW, Victoria, Tasmania and Southern Queensland is ideal for coastal plantings. 0000135441 00000 n 0000188085 00000 n X������- I�����0^a�n_���� The main flowering period covers autumn and winter with sporadic flowering at other times. 0000188703 00000 n The best pink flower Correa albaform that copes well with coastal … 0000241847 00000 n 0000180744 00000 n Leaves are oval shaped, greyish in colour with the undersurface covered with short hairs. Correa alba (White Correa or Cape Barren Tea). Position: Full sun to light shade. Botany Bay tea tree, White correa, Cape barren tea. 0000700823 00000 n 0 0000135727 00000 n Syzygium australe select form. Correa alba. It makes a great conservatory specimen plant. populations to the west of Port Phillip Bay (see notes under C. reflexa). Other Common Name: White Correa: Status: Native to South Australia, New South Wales, Tasmania and Victoria. turnbullii 'Barossa Gold' description. Correa 'Dusky Bells' nom. The tidy, semi-upright mound entertains a dainty gathering of pretty pink starry flowers, whitening as they age. 0000241313 00000 n Open branches H��W�r[G�߯����U7�]�U�dy���ј�,��ȏ��~�}�}�([Y�Bb� 88�{t|�{�j}�S�-����b�[�*�ВsFQ6mJ֪�SK�{���:�~�e�a��nyz��f�[���?c���ѓZ�~�hQ�]��i=usռj?�����م��ׯ���z�d9?zv��T���r��VZ�z���cE+�5δ��KA��5��������]�ƴQ͞b@��j�X��/p75�'~��?s�/b�l9_���f/�?�Vy����sl��r���{�N�Z6>��6��L���B���\}�L�5D��5p2�5:�a)<0��I�>)��!~���;u��ɥ�Z���?1�����Lkl^�kx�]��ĘH6͋��S|�-Š��I���n.�E��o+֢qAY�T?.���_��a��I��a8� ��E�A��\�cH����D~���؂���݇�fu�y����ٙ�:w]���L�Nqm���.�ǣ8���9q1c�$��v���u�{/0���+�7lԿ�o�8�f�����}�]��τ��V��ް2��f. Details. USES: Informal hedge or shrub for native, wildlife and cottage gardens. pannosa Banksia spinulosa 'Coastal Gold' Correa alba variegated Banksia spinulosa 'Golden Candles' Correa backhouseana var. Common Name: ... Correa alba is small shrub to about 1.5 metres in height by a similar width. This is an unusual species in that it lacks the typical fused corolla. Distribution: Correa alba is found in near coastal areas from Kangaroo Island [requires confirmation – see Distribution under var. Light pink bell flowers in winter to early spring.Full sun to light shade. ‘Belliss imo’™, pictured first, is a compact correa, growing to 50 cm tall and spreading to 1 m wide. 0000135626 00000 n ORIGIN: Correa ‘Blush’ is a selection of Correa alba var. Other outstanding correas worth growing include C. alba, a native to coastal areas of Tasmania and is … 0000118608 00000 n Best Planting Time: Autumn, winter or spring. They are 15 to 30 mm long by 10-30 mm wide. 0000000016 00000 n Correa alba dwarf DESCRIPTION: Dwarf native flowering shrub with small oval slightly grey-green leaves; small starry white flowers from autumn to spring.Spreading habit. Useful as a feature plant or border planting. Useful as a feature plant or border planting. Other names. 0000030447 00000 n Correa reflexa - green form. They are usually white with some forms having blooms with a pink tinge. 0000698342 00000 n Plant Description: Shrub to 1.5 m with erect rusty or grey coloured and hairy stems. Enveloped by a soft-looking rust-colored fuzz, the light stems and green oval-shaped leaves with pale gray-green undersides possess an untiring resilience to drought, wind, coastal … alba from the coastal Otway region of Victoria.The selection was made by the late Paul Barnett, Carlisle River, Victoria in about 1985. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study, research, criticism or review as permitted under the Copyright Act, no part may be reproduced by any process without written permission. • Coastal Pink™ Correa has a strong growth habit that landscapers will love. Correa alba, commonly known as White Correa, is a shrub which is endemic to Australia.It grows to 1.5 metres in height, has reddish-brown hairy new growth, ovate leaves and white or occasionally light pink flowers which usually appear between mid autumn and early winter (April to June in Australia) populations to the west of Port Phillip Bay (see notes under C. reflexa).Some populations east of Portland, and from the Otway Range to the west of Port Phillip Bay are intermediate between the 2 recognized varieties. 0000004767 00000 n 120 73 Origin: Eastern Australia. Pruning: Prune twice per year to desired shape for a very tidy appearance, or can be pruned once per year to maintain a semi-compact habit. Description: A wonderful small native shrub. Cocci hairy, 4–7 mm long, 3–5 mm wide. Correa alba is a hardy species in well-drained situations that withstands coastal exposure. 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