Description The Coastal Honeymyrtle is a shrub growing 0.5 m to 2 m tall. The leaves are narrow up to 15 mm long and about 1 mm wide. The plant flowers in winter, spring and summer. The flowers are creamy-yellow and produced in ball-shaped clusters. The fruit capsules are about 5 mm in diameter. The plant was previously known as Melaleuca acerosa.
Habitat coastal areas
Distribution south west of Western Australia from about Shark Bay to Albany