Species Name: Correa alba
Description: White Correa is a dense spreading shrub reaching up to 1.5m high and 3m wide. The attractive thick, round-oval leaves are grey-green and pale and hairy below. The white waxy flowers are a nectar source for birds. Unlike other correas, Correa alba does not have a bell shaped flower, instead the bell is split to form a four petal star.
Plant form: Shrubs
Where to find: The Bluff, grassy foredunes
Foliage: Thick round to oval, grey-green, pale and hairy below
Flower: White four petal star
Flowering: most of the year