Correa ‘Peter Sutton’ is a small spreading shrub growing 75cm high x one metre across. This plant has prolific pink bell-shaped flowers that occur from autumn until winter. Named in honor of Peter Sutton, Gardener, Plantsman and role model to horticulturist in the Canberra region.
|Origin:||Developed from a controlled pollination, as part of our breeding programme.|
|Uses:||Can be planted in small gardens, in pots or as a ground cover.|
|Fauna:||A magnet for nectar feeding birds.|
|Maintenance:||Trim after flowering if necessary.|
|See also different:||Correa Selection – "Winter Bells" Collection|