Correa backhouseana is a species of rounded shrub that grows to a height of 2 m, endemic to coastal and near-coastal areas of southern Australia.Young branchlets are covered with woolly, rust-coloured hairs. The leaves are leathery, elliptical to round, 15–25 mm long on a short petiole. The upper surface of the leaves is glabrous with the lower surface densely covered with woolly hairs. The flowers are arranged singly or in groups of two or three on short side shoots
and are usually pendent. The calyx is hemispherical, 2–7 mm and densely covered with woolly hairs. The petals are cream-coloured to pale green or red and yellow, 15–25 mm long and form a cylindrical or funnel-shaped corolla. The eight stamens are slightly longer than the corolla.
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