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3 min read | by Ben Walcott, Updated June 15, 2019

Upright compact and neat habit, low growing native shrub. Prolific flower display autumn though spring , contrasting glossy green foliage. Easy to grow and hardy in most conditions. Height 50cm x width 60cm. Full sun to part shade. Fantastic plant with tons of bloom. This plant is a form of Correa pulchella and would be an excellent addition to any garden particularly a small one. It should be placed towards the front of bed or area as it is really quite a low spreading plant. We have 6 and they have done very well for us.

 

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