Correa redex

Correa redex, also known as Australian Fuchsia, is an evergreen shrub that is commonly used in landscaping due to its attractive foliage and flowers. The plant typically grows to around 1 metre tall and has small, oval-shaped leaves that are a deep green colour. From late autumn to early spring, it produces clusters of striking, bell-shaped red-yellow flowers. Correa redex is drought-tolerant, low-maintenance, and suitable for a variety of garden styles, including native gardens, cottage gardens, and coastal gardens. It can also be grown in containers.



Height: Up to 1 metre

Width: Up to 1 metre.

Aspect: Prefers full sun to partial shade.

Flowers: Produces attractive, tubular red-yellow flowers. The flowers appear in late winter to early spring and attract nectar-feeding birds such as honeyeaters.

Uses: Correa redex is commonly grown as a garden plant due to its attractive flowers and foliage. It is also suitable for use as a hedge or screening plant. Correa redex is known to be hardy and adaptable to a range of soil types and conditions.


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