Correa reflexa var. lobatus

Common Correa

See Correa reflexa var. reflexa. Plants tend to be more erect.

Additional information

  • FamilyRutaceae
  • StoreyLower storey
  • Size0.5-2 m x 1-2 m
  • Plant groupingShrubs to 2m
  • Flower colourGreen
  • Flowering timeMarch to August
  • FlowersDiffers from the typical form in that the flowers do not always have clasping leaves. The calyx has long triangular lobes.
  • Bird attractingNectar
  • Butterfly attractingNo
  • Frog habitatNo
  • Growing conditionsMoist well drained soils in foothill forests. Semi shade.
  • Garden useA good bird attracting shrub for shady sites. Pruning is beneficial to prevent legginess.
  • Commercially availableRarely
  • Conservation statusRare in Victoria with few known populations. Most populations may fall within the Shire.
Photographer/s: Marilyn Bull ©

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