Plant name: White correa
Plant type: shrubs / bushes / trees
Origin: COASTAL NSW, VIC, TAS, SA.
Cultural notes: A very hardy plant naturally occuring in coastal areas. Grow in full sun or part shade in well drained soils.
Maintenance: Can be pruned to maintain shape.
Tolerates: Very resistant to salt spray, frost tolerant, drought tolerant once established.
Flowering season: Late Autumn and Winter. Can flower most of the year depending on climate.
Flower colour: Starry white flowers. A pink flowering variety is also available. The flower is open, unlike most correa species.
Foliage colour: Grey-green rounded leaves with short hairs on the underside.
Width: up to 2m
Height: up to 1.5m
Plant spacing: 100cm apart Can be used as a hedge plant.
Recommended uses: Very handy in coastal gardens due to its salt tolerance. Can be used as a hedge plant.
Description: Dense rounded shrub to growing to 1.5m in Height: and 2m in Width:. Attractive rounded grey-green leaves and starry white flowers.