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Correa 'Coliban River'

Correa glabra var. glabra 'Coliban River'

ORIGIN: Correa 'Coliban River' was selected from the wild near Coliban River at Kyneton, Victoria by D. Pocock in 1986. It is a form of Correa glabra. The application was received by the Authority on June 1, 1988. Registration was applied for by D. Pocock, Bindelong Nursery, 55 Railway Pde., Wandin North, Victoria.

DESCRIPTION: This cultivar forms a small dense shrub to 1.2 x 1.2 m. All other features are as for the species. The flowers are pale green and borne in May to August.

DIAGNOSIS: This cultivar was selected for its small dense habit. The usual form of the species is normally upright to spreading and 2-3m tall.

CULTIVATION NOTES: As for the species. It is adaptable to most soils. It grows best in dappled shade to sun. Propagation should be from cuttings.

COLOUR CODE: RHS Colour Chart 1966

Yellow-Green Group 154D

ACRA REFERENCES: ACC436, ACRA460/282, CBG9002762/9505137