Correa alba: is a member of the Rutaceae family. As we have said with monotonous regularity: Correas are some of our favourite native plants. They usually have bell-shaped flowers with four united petals. The flowers of Correa alba are more open and have a star-like appearance. Flower colour is usually white but there are some forms with a pink tinge to the blooms. Flowers are present for many months. The round leaves are silvery-grey. Correa alba occurs in coastal areas of NSW, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia. The species has proved to be long flowering, drought resistant and frost tolerant. Correa alba develops into a medium upright shrub. Propagate from cuttings.