Description The Grey Honey-myrtle is a shrub or small tree growing to 5 m tall. The leaves are narrow and grow 4 mm to 17 mm long and about 1 mm to 3 mm wide. New growth is hairy giving a soft grey appearance. The plant flowers in spring. The flowers are white, cream or yellow and produced in spikes about 3 cm long. The fruit capsules are about 2 to 4 mm long.
Habitat around swamp edges, in woodland and heath
Distribution Grey Honey-myrtle is found in south west Western Australia. It is naturalised in parts of southern Victoria.