On Apr 14, 2019, Kell from Northern California, CA (Zone 9b) wrote:
Per the Australian Cultivar Registration Authority:
"ORIGIN: Correa ‘Ivory Dancer’ thought to be a hybrid between Correa reflexa and Correa pulchella. The name refers to the colour and character of the flowers. It was first selected in 1990 from a plant found growing (introduced) at Points Arboretum, Colerain, Victoria. The origin is unknown but is assumed to be South Australia. Applicant: Cherree Densley on behalf of the ASGAP Correa Study Group. Specimen first received by the Authority 17/6/1999.
DESCRIPTION: Vigorous shrub to c. 1.5 m x 2 m with a dense habit. Branchlets sparsely tomentose with rust coloured stellate hairs. Simple elliptical leaves, 23 mm x 16 mm, petioles to 0.5 mm. Leaf apices obtuse, leaf bases oblique, venation reticulate, margins entire, lamin... read more