These Australian natives may resemble fuchsia in their flower form, but in all other ways they are far from fuchsialike. Plants range from low growing to tall, are usually dense and spreading. Roundish, 1-in. leaves, densely felted underneath; gray or gray-green color contrasts subtly with other grays, distinctly with dark greens. All are valued for their long flowering season, usually late fall into spring. Small (1/2 to 3/4-in.) flowers hang from branches like little bells; they are individually handsome but not showy. Need fast drainage; do well in poor, rocky soil. Easy to kill with kindness (overwatering, overfertilizing). Should not get reflected heat from wall or pavement. Use as ground cover on banks or slopes. Attractive in large pots placed where flowers can be enjoyed close up.Correa pulchella
Grows 2 to 2 1/2 ft. high, spreading as wide as 8 ft. Leaves green above, gray-green below; flower color ranges from light pink to reddish orange. Most widely grown correa in Northern California.
Original species has 2-in., fragrant, deep to pale pink or white blooms borne on 6 in. stems. Selectiv...
Grows 20 to 80 ft. tall and wide. Slim blue-green leaves turn bronze in winter. Bark is iron-black (wi...
Highly variable in size and form. Among most widely distributed is ‘East Grampians‘, a low...