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4 min read | by Ben Walcott, Updated April 4, 2019

Correa ‘Canberra Bells’ in a pot

 

Correa ‘Canberra Bells’ is a hybrid Correa created by Peter Ollerenshaw of Bywong Nursery outside Canberra. It was selected to celebrate the centenary of Canberra’s founding and has been a popular garden plant ever since. It is flowering heavily now (April) and seems to do best in a pot. It grows in the ground in various spots around the Australian National Botanic Gardens. It is a plant that should be pruned after flowering to keep it dense and a good shape. This will also encourage flowering next year.

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