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.