Correa alba, commonly known as white correa, is a shrub endemic to Australia. It grows to 1.5 metres in height, has reddish-brown hairy new growth. The leaves are near circular to ovate and have a round or cuneate base and a rounded tip
- Distribution – Sydney to south coast NSW, VIC, TAS.
- Tolerates light frost, salt tolerant & drought tolerant.
- Full sun, light shade
- Height 1.5 m, width 1.5m
- Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub Plant Community
- Dry, well-drained soils, adapts to most soils
- Attracts – Nectar eating birds, other insects