Correa lawrenceana

Mountain Correa. One of the largest growing of these Australasian evergreens, becoming a large shrub, with relatively small leathery leaves, velvety beige on their undersides, on distinctly orange-brown twigs. Masses of pendulous, narrow, bell-like red flowers are seen in spring. This proved surprisingly tough in the killing winter of 2010/11, at least in some areas. For sun and shelter.

Pot size: 2L



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