Description Wilson's Honey-myrtle is a shrub growing to 3 m tall. The leaves are narrow and pointed and grow 8 mm to 15 mm long and 1 mm to 2 mm wide. The plant flowers in late spring and early summer from October to December. The flowers are purple-pink or lilac and produced in clusters up to 25 mm in diameter along the branches. The fruit capsules are about 3 mm long.
Habitat wet soils in eucalypt forest, scrubland, mallee heath.
Distribution Wilson's Honey-myrtle is found in south east of South Australia, and western and central Victoria.