Other Names Corky-bark Honey-myrtle, Corky Honeymyrtle
Description The Cork-barked Honey-myrtle is a small shrub growing to 1 m tall. The bark is grey and corky. The leaves are narrow, crowded on the branches, and grow about 6 mm long and about 1 mm wide. The plant flowers in late winter and spring from August to December. The flowers are dark pink or purple and produced along the branches. The fruit capsules are about 3 mm long.
Habitat coastal plains, swampy flats, low ridges
Distribution The Cork-barked Honey-myrtle is found in south of Western Australia roughly between Albany and Israelite Bay.