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Coastal Pink™

Correa alba 'COR10' PBR

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COASTAL PINK™ Correa is a new pink flowered form of the popular coastal Correa alba.
    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.
  • A strong growth habit
  • A medium shrub or hedge
  • Plant Attributes

    • Height Range: 1m to 2m
    • Spread: 1m to 2m
    • Growth Habit: Shrub
    • Plant Use(s): Mass Planting, Hedging/Screening
    • Suitable Climate Zone(s):
      • Arid
      • Temperate
      • Cool
    • Flowering Time(s): Spring, Winter
    • Flower Colour: Pink
    • Plant Type: Hedging & Screening, Shrubs

    Care Instructions

    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.

    How it works

    VIC, ACT, SA, WA, TAS, Southern NSW and Sydney (in good draining soils).

    Full sun to light shade. Prefers reasonably drained soil, however it
    is adaptable to most soil types. Tolerates drought and frost.

    How to use

    Coastal bird attracting landscape filler between trees, mass planted as a medium sized shrub or as a small to fence sized hedge.

    General Precautions

    Where it works: VIC, ACT, SA, WA, TAS, Southern NSW and Sydney (in good draining soils).

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