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THE 'BUSH MAGIK' AUSTRALIAN PLANT RANGE

Trade Only for enquires. The plants listed are part of an on going breeding and selection program, set up by Bushland Flora and Goldup Nursery. Varieties are selected for their horticultural value to withstand tough conditions from wetland species to drought tolerant plants that are low maintenance, compact and remain attractive.

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Image Genus species, Common name, Min to Max Height(Metres) x Min to Max Width(Metres) Label
native plant growerCorrea alba x pulchella 'Powder Bells'australian plant

0.5 m high x 0.5 m wide

Powder Bells is a low growing shrub with grey/green foliage and long, pale pink flared bells in late autumn to winter.

native plant growerCorrea glabra 'Barossa Gold'australian plant

1.5 m high x 1.5 m wide

This is a medium shrub with a compact habit. The foliage is an unusual golden colour in full sunlight changing to lime green in shaded conditions. Barossa Gold has dusty red tubular flowers occurring in late autumn to early spring.

native plant growerCorrea glabra 'Coliban River'australian plant

1 to 1.5 m high x 1.00 to 1.50 m wide

This selected form of Correa glabra was found near the Coliban River, Kyneton in Victoria. This shrub is naturally smaller and denser in habit than other Correa glabra species and has pale green, lanternshaped flowers in late autumn to winter.

native plant growerCorrea glabra green compact 'Ivory Lantern'australian plant

0.5 to 1 m high x 0.50 to 1.00 m wide

A compact form of Correa glabra with pendulous tubular, soft cream to pale green flowers occurring late autumn to winter.

native plant growerCorrea hybrid (Marian's Marvel x Dusky Bells) 'Pink Lantern'australian plant

0.3 to 0.5 m high x 0.75 to 1.50 m wide

Pink Lantern is a low growing spreading shrub with mid green foliage and bright pink lantern shaped flowers occurring in spring.

native plant growerCorrea pulchella 'Saint Andrews'australian plant

0.5 m high x 0.5 to 0.8 m wide

This selected form of Correa alba from St Andrews beach in Victoria is hardy and compact making it a good landscape shrub. This plant has small, dainty, white bell-shaped flowers from autumn to winter making it attractive to fauna.

native plant growerCorrea pulchella 'Autumn Blaze'australian plant

0.3 m high x 1.50 m wide

A low growing Correa with glossy, mid green foliage and decorative brilliant orange flowers in autumn to early spring. Naturally occurs on Kangaroo Island, South Australia.

native plant growerCorrea pulchella 'Carawatha Bells'australian plant

0.3 m high x 0.50 to 0.70 m wide

Carawatha Bells is a selected form of Correa pulchella from Wellington East in South Australia. This compact Correa has prolific deep pink bell flowers and will add colour and attract fauna to the garden over the winter period.

native plant growerCorrea pulchella 'Coffin Bay'australian plant

0.5 m high x 0.80 m wide

A low growing Correa with glossy, mid green foliage and decorative brilliant pink flowers in autumn to early spring. Naturally occurs in Coffin Bay, South Australia.

native plant growerCorrea pulchella 'Fuchsia Bells'australian plant

0.3 to 0.5 m high x 0.3 to 0.5 m wide

Fuchsia Bells is a selected form of Correa pulchella from Katandra Gardens originally named as Dot's Delight. This compact Correa has prolific deep pink bell flowers and will add colour and attract fauna to the garden over the winter period.

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