C.pulchella.JPG (44174 bytes)Correa pulchella: is a member of the Rutaceae family. It is usually a small shrub that is variable in form and flower colour. The tubular flowers may be orange, vermilion, pink or rarely white. The main flowering period is from April to September with sporadic flowering at other times. The leaves are small and vary in shape from elliptic to oval.
Correa pulchella is a dainty shrub, in all its forms, with profuse, colourful flowers. Honeyeaters are attracted to the blooms.
The species will hybridise with other Correas.
Correa pulchella is a native of South Australia .
Propagate from cuttings.