The Correa reflexa Common Correa group of plants are impressive on the whole and there are a wide variety of colours and shapes sought after by collectors. They are found all over Victoria. The main identifying feature are the two bracts clasping the flower, shown in the photo above. But look at the photo (below) of the correa growing in my garden. No bracts. I went searching in my reference books, and found that my correa was moved into the Correa backhouseana group years ago. In 1973 in fact. Well before I bought my plant as a seedling.