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Salmon Correa

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Kevin Sparrow
Correa pulchella

A small shrub with oval shaped leaves and red to orange coloured bell-shaped flowers that grows up to 1.2 metres. There are several forms available with plants varying in flower colour from pink to orange to red. These plants can be used as a low informal screenor hedge, for contrast in mixed planting and suit native, wildlife and cottage style gardens. This correa grows best in full sun, is tolerant of coastal locations and will attract nectar eating birds.

Type: 
Shrub
Height: 
1 - 2m
Maintenance: 
Low
Flowering Time: 
Autumn
Winter
Spring
Light: 
Sun
Part Shade
Water Requirement: 
Low
Tolerates: 
Heavy and Clay soil
Sandy Soil
Some Coastal Exposure
Dry conditions
Biodiversity Benefits: 
Nectar and Pollen
Birds
Plant Origin: 
Native
Natural Occurence: 
SA

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