Plant this lowgrowing native close to the house and watch the birds flock to feed on the white starry flowers. Long flowering season, low maintenance, adaptable as to growing conditions - it's an easy choice to make for your native or wildlife garden!
Correa alba dwarf APPEARANCE : Dwarf native flowering shrub with small oval slightly grey-green leaves; small starry white flowers from autumn to spring. Spreading habit. In the wild it grows on sea cliffs and sand dunes. USES: Informal hedge or shrub for native, wildlife and cottage gardens. PLANTING: Plant in free draining soil in a sunny or partly shaded location, dappled sunlight is perfect. Mulch after planting to retain moisture and regulate soil temperatures as the young plant establishes. Tolerates light frost and some drought once established. CARE: A light trim once flowering has finished will help give the plant shape and encourage bushiness. Follow with an application of a native slow release fertiliser. HEIGHT & WIDTH: 0.4 m H x 0.5m W. YOUR PLANTS: These are tubestock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80 mm x 42 mm wide.