Coastal Pink™ Correa alba ‘COR10’
- Coastal Pink™ Correa is a new pink flowered form of the popular coastal Correa alba
- Strong growth habit
- A medium shrub or hedge
Description: The Coastal Pink™ plant has a more noticeable tinge of pink to its flowers in comparison to other Correa alba forms. It has a strong growth habit that landscapers will love, along with its ability to work in coastal situations.
Size: 2m high x 2m wide (smaller with pruning).
Uses: Coastal bird attracting landscape filler between trees, mass planted as a medium sized shrub or as a small to fence sized hedge.
Position: Full sun to light shade. Prefers reasonably drained soil, however it
is adaptable to most soil types. Tolerates drought and frost.
Care: Water as required for 8-13 weeks until established. Plant in a well mulched garden (chunky mulch is recommended). It has low water requirements once established. Prune once per year to maintain semi-compact
habit or twice per year for a really tidy appearance. Prune to desired shape and
fertilise with slow release native fertiliser.
Where it works: VIC, ACT, SA, WA, TAS, Southern NSW and Sydney (in good draining soils).
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Heights shown on the website are for general gardening conditions. In well maintained gardens, some plants will get taller.
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