Correa reflex x pulchella 'Dusky Bells' is a small Australian Native evergreen shrub with spreading branches and pale carmine-pink flowers that appear from autumn to spring, they're flowers are attractive to nectar feeding birds. Dusky Bells is tolerant of drought, frost and a range of well drained soil types, With dense foliage to ground level, dusky bells is an ideal groundcover for part shade to shade, will grow up to 60cms tall by 2 metres wide and is great for covering embankments, using in garden beds or equally as impressive in pots or hanging baskets. Pruning after flowering will maintain a compact habit
Correa Glabra or the rock Correa is a hardy evergreen shrub with attractive tubular pendulous lime green flowers during the cooler months, which may vary in colour to an almost yellow tinge...... other forms of rock correa get a pink to red tinge, but not this variety, from our observations over the last 24 years of growing them. Correa Glabra is great for attracting nectar feeding birds into your garden and can grow to 2.5 metres tall by 2 metres wide in a full sun to partial shades aspect. Fertilise in the spring with an Australian native fertiliser and mulch well to suppress weeds and conserve soil moisture.
Dichondra Emerald Falls is a creeping mat forming ground cover with small kidney shaped foliage, Emerald falls will grow approx. 10cm tall and prefers full sun to partial shade, it is ideal as a lawn substitute for low traffic areas and between pavers and under trees. Grow in a sunny to partly shaded position in moist well drained soils, before using as a lawn substitute, ensure that all weeds and grass are removed or destroyed before planting.... keep moist during warmer weather