Correa ‘Canberra Bells’ is a small shrub which has red and cream bell shaped flowers which occur from late summer through to winter. The leaves are small rounded and olive green in colour.
‘Canberra Bells’ is the Australian plant chosen to celebrate the centenary of Canberra, 12th March 2013. Its masses of attractive flowers will be in full bloom for Canberra’s birthday each year.
|Origin:||Developed from a controlled pollination, as part of our breeding programme.|
|Uses:||Suitable for small gardens, courtyards, large pots or shrub beds.|
|Fauna:||Attracts Honeyeaters and other native birds to the garden.|
|Maintenance:||Trim after flowering if desired.|
|Legal Protection:||Protected by Plant Breeder's Rights. PBR 4251|
|See also different:||Correa Selection – "Winter Bells" Collection|