|Correa glabra var. glabra at Dandry Gorge|
Family - Rutaceae
Common name - Rock Correa
Flowers and fruit - Flowers tubular, pale green, 15 to 30mm long, petals united, with protruding stamens. Calyx is cup-shaped without lobes. Flowering is sporadic - I photographed these flowers in early July.
Leaves and stems - Leaves are dark green, shiny, and slightly sand-papery. Stems of the shrubs I found were tomentose (fluffy).
Habit and habitat - Erect shrub nearly to 2m. Found on slopes, open woodland and rocky habitats.
|The top side of the leaves of Correa glabra var. glabra|
|The underside of leaves, and branches, of Correa glabra var glabra|