Correa reflexa Common CorreaThe plants in Lane Cove National Park are all of the green variety
Diagnosis: A shrub with rough, heart-shaped, stem-clasping opposite leaves. The flowers are borne at the ends of the brances, and may be green or red. There is no particular geographical pattern to the green or red forms, just both forms do not occur together
Flowering: Autumn or winter
Habitat: Understorey shrub in open forests on sandy soils.
Distribution: Coastal, tablelands and slopes to Victoria and Queensland. Also in Tasmania and South Australia
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