Description Albany Bottlebrush is a shrub growing to 3 m tall. The leaves are flat and narrow growing 4 cm to 13 cm long and 3 mm to 18 mm wide. The flowers are bright red, and produced in bottlebrush spikes, 7.5 cm in diameter. Flowering is in October to December. The fruit are woody capsules about 6 mm to 9 mm long. The plant is also known as Melaleuca glauca.
Habitat forest, coastal plains where it grows in swampy ground
Distribution Albany Bottlebrush is found in the south west coastal districts of Western Australia.