Plant name: Spreading correa
Plant type: shrubs / bushes / trees
Origin: South Australia
Cultural notes: Grow full sun or part shade in well drained soil.
Maintenance: Prune to maintain shape.
Tolerates: Frost and drought tolerant.
Flowering season: Winter, year-round depending on climate.
Flower colour: Red tubular flowers held erect (unlike most Correas).
Foliage colour: Leaves are dull green and have a leathery appearance.
Width: up to 1.5m
Height: up to 0.3m
Plant spacing: 200cm apart
Recommended uses: Useful for empty spaces under large trees, in rockeries or in planting tubs, elevating the flowers for greater visibility.
Description: A low growing shrub spreading to 1.5m but rarely taller than 30cm. Winter flowering with erect, tubular red flowers.