2 - 4m
Grows naturally in woodland and shrubland, usually on rocky granite outcrops and near rocky streams. It occurs from the Granite Belt in south-eastern Queensland, mostly along the Tablelands of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory to eastern Victoria.
Attractive weeping shrub with arching branches, small greyish green leaves and clusters of small white tea-tree flowers towards the ends of the branches. Seed is not retained on the shrub. Frost/drought hardy. Full sun to part shade. Suits most soils, Background shrub, light screen, specimen. Attracts, bees and butterflies plus other insects.