Description The Granite Honey-myrtle is a shrub growing to about 4 m tall. The leaves are elliptic and grow up to 2 cm long and up to 1 cm wide. The plant flowers in spring and summer from August to March. The flowers are red or pink and produced in spikes up to 8 cm long and 6 cm in diameter. The fruit capsules are about 8 mm in diameter.
Habitat mallee woodland, heath
Distribution Granite Honey-myrtle is found in southern Western Australia from roughly Albany to Israelite Bay and inland to about Kalgoorlie.