Coastal Pink™

Correa alba ‘COR10’ PBR
Coastal Pink

Coastal Pink™

Correa alba ‘COR10’ PBR
A new pink flowered form of Correa alba with a strong growth habit

Native Shrubs & Ground Covers Range

Plant Description: This is a new pink flowered form of the popular Correa alba. It is has a strong growth habit and is well suited to coastal areas
Uses: Small to fence sized hedge (also as a coastal landscape filler, bird attracting plant, mass planted as a medium shrub)
Position & Tolerances: Full sun to light shade. Drought and frost tolerant. Copes well with coastal winds
Height & Width: 2m high x 2m wide (can be kept smaller with pruning)
Flowers: Light pink bell flowers in winter to early spring
Soil Type: Adaptable to most soil types but preferably reasonably drained soils
Best Planting Time: Autumn, winter or spring
Planting Density: 1-2 plants per linear metre (1-2 plants per m²)
Where it thrives: ACT, VIC, TAS, SA, WA, Southern NSW and Sydney (in good draining soils)
Pruning: Prune twice per year to desired shape for a very tidy appearance, or can be pruned once per year to maintain a semi-compact habit

Establishment & Extra Care:

Water as required for 8-13 weeks until established.
Low water requirements once established.
Plant in a well mulched garden, a chunky mulch is recommended.
Fertilise with slow release native fertiliser.

Coastal Pink

Where to Buy?

Ozbreed licenses trusted growing partners to grow our plants and make them available around the country. If a plant isn’t available at your local wholesale or retail nursery, you can request it to be ordered in for you.

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