Een winterbloeiende struik uit de Rutaceae - familie. Wintergroen en bloeit van begin van de zomer tot diep in de herfst. Is matig winterhard.
Houdt van goed doorlatende grond in de (volle) zon.
Correa pulchella (salmon correa, Australian fuchsia) is a species of flowering plant in the family Rutaceae. It is small evergreen shrub, endemic to South Australia. It grows to 0.3–1 m (1 ft 0 in–3 ft 3 in) in height and 1–2 m (3 ft 3 in–6 ft 7 in) in width. The leaves are linear-oblong to broadly ovate. The pendent, tubular flowers appear between April and September in the species' native range. These are pink-red, orange, or rarely white, and have yellow anthers.
Correa pulchella is regarded as one of the most attractive Correa species. It prefers dry summers with low humidity and well-drained alkaline soils. Propagation from seed is difficult, however semi-mature stem cuttings strike readily. It has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.