In this 2nd week of August the end of winter is fast approaching. Perhaps it is time to reflect on those plants that have brought colour to our winter gardens.
Correas usually flower from early autumn to early spring. In our garden their nectar-rich blooms provide food for our resident honeyeaters.
Hardy, fast growing, free flowering and with low water requirements once established Correas are ideal for gardens both large and small.
Descriptions, of the varieties illustrated, are on this site's Plant Profiles.