Correa glabra var. turnbullii
Correa glabra var. turnbullii, common name, narrow-bell correa, is a variety of Correa glabra (rock correa), a shrub native to south eastern South Australia and north-west of Victoria.It grows to 1 to 2 metre high and wide, with branchlets sparsely covered with rust-brown hairs. Its leaves are up to 4.5 cm long and 1.2 cm wide and are dark green on the upper surface, while the lower
surface is covered with hairs and pale grey. The pendent, tubular flowers are pink or red with green tips, appearing between April and August in their native range.
163.00 Location A3 Latitude; -38.401257000000 Longitude; 146.051892000000