Correa pulchella ‘Pink,’ also known as Pink Australian Fuchsia, is a beautiful and versatile shrub that adds a touch of elegance to any garden. It features small, glossy green leaves and produces clusters of bell-shaped, pink flowers with green-tipped petals, blooming from late autumn to spring. This evergreen plant is drought-tolerant and prefers a sunny to partly shaded position in well-drained soil. It can be used as a low hedge, border, or container plant, and also attracts native birds and butterflies to the garden. Its stunning flowers and hardiness make it a popular choice for coastal and native gardens.
Correa pulchella “pink”
Aspect: Prefers full sun to partial shade and is adapted to a range of soil types, including well-draining soils.
Flowers: Produces small, tubular pink flowers from late autumn to early spring.
Uses: Correa pulchella “pink” is a small shrub for ornamental landscaping due to its attractive flowers and foliage. Correa pulchella “pink” provides habitat and food for native birds and insects. The flowers of the shrub are sometimes used for floral arrangements.