Description The Hidden Honey-myrtle is a shrub growing to 2 m tall. The leaves are narrow or oval and grow about 5 mm to 15 mm long and 2 mm to 4 mm wide. The plant flowers in spring and summer at some time from October to March. The flowers are white or cream and produced in flower heads about 25 mm in diameter growing along the branches. The fruit capsules are about 3 mm to 4 mm long.
Habitat mallee, heath, in swamps, and other wet soils
Distribution Hidden Honey-myrtle is found in southern parts of Western Australia from area around Albany to Israelite Bay.