Melaleuca squamea – Swamp Honey Myrtle



Melaleuca squamea, commonly known as swamp honey-myrtle, is a plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is endemic to south eastern parts of Australia, especially Tasmania. It is an erect shrub growing in damp and swampy places with crowded leaves and many heads of pink to purple flowers in spring


  • Endemic – SE Aust. parts of NSW, VIC & TAS
  • Frost hardy
  • Full sun/ part shade
  • Shrub, height up to 3m, width up to 1.5m
  •  Well drained sandy soils, adapts to most soils
  • Flowers: spring, summer
  • Attracts – birds

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Pot Size

140mm, In store purchase only – Please contact us at, Tube Stock