Description Wallum Bottlebrush is a shrub that grows to about 3 m tall. The grey-green leaves are flat, narrow with the widest portion near the tip, growing about 5 cm to 9 cm long. The leaf tip is pointed. The flowers are crimson or (rarely) greenish yellow and produced in bottlebrush spikes, about 5 cm to 10 cm long and 5 cm to 6 cm in diameter. Flowering is in summer and autumn. The fruit are woody capsules about 4 mm to 7 mm long. The plant is also known as Melaleuca pachyphylla.
Habitat moist ground in wallum
Distribution Wallum Bottlebrush is found in coastal areas of south east Queensland and northern New South Wales.