An erect and dense shrub, growing to a height of 2.5 metres. It has an interesting distribution with much disjunction
A slender shrub reaching 2 metres in height. It has a restricted distribution in NSW, with a few records at Mt Tomah
A shrub growing to 3 metres tall. It occurs naturally in NSW, north from Wyong, growing mainly on the North Coast
An erect shrub to a height of 1.5 m. It had a widespread natural distribution, growing mostly north of Jervis Bay
A narrow and erect shrub, growing to a height to 2 metres, with an overall green-grey appearance.
A shrub growing to 3 metres typically, (potentially reaching 6 metres). It is strongly aromatic.
A shrub with plenty of foliage, usually growing to up to 3 metres with a spread to more than 1 metre.
An upright shrub, potentially to 2 metres high (but often much smaller), reportedly growing from root suckers.
An erect, bushy shrub, growing to about 2 metres high with a 1-metre spread and forming a compact, dense habit.
A robust large shrub, growing to potentially 10 metres tall.
A shrub resembling a heath-plant, growing to a height of 1.5 metres by 1.5 metres wide.
Philotheca trachyphylla is a shrub to a small tree, potentially reaching 7 metres in height but often much smaller.
A shrub to a height of 2 metres. It is endemic to New South Wales, growing as far south as west of Berrima…
A shrub growing usually to about 1.5 m tall. It has a comparatively small natural distribution, growing between Gosford and Wollongong…
A shrub to 2 metres tall with hairy younger branches.
Potentially a tall shrub, that grows to a height of 4 metres. It is confined to eastern NSW…
Philotheca buxifolia is a shrub potentially growing to a height of 1.5 metres, often with a narrow spread.
A shrub to 2 metres tall (often smaller). It is confined naturally to the larger Sydney area, growing from the Royal National Park (south of Sydney) north to around the Peats Ridge area and as far west as Hornsby – Parramatta.
Philotheca salsolifolia is a shrub to 2 metres tall with about a 1-metre spread and hairless branchlets.
An erect, multi-branched shrub, growing to 2 metres. It occurs naturally only in the Greater Sydney Basin
A shrub growing to 2.5 metres tall, often much smaller, and it can spread to more than 1 metre wide.
A dense shrub growing to 1.5 metres tall and 1 metre wide. The small opposite leaves are narrow to elliptic, to 8 mm long by 4 mm wide, hairless and light green in colour.
A shrub growing to 3 metres high (sometimes to 6 metres) with corky to rough and scaly bark.
A shrub or small tree to about 4 metres tall with fibrous rough bark.
A large woody shrub or small tree growing to potentially 6 metres in height; often seen as a sprawling shrub to about 3 metres tall and 2 metres wide, with papery bark.
A shrub to growing to 1.5 metres tall and may reach about 1 metre wide.
An erect shrub, growing to 1.5 metres tall, spreading to about 1 metre wide.
An erect and spreading shrub to 1.5 metres tall, spreading to 2 metres wide.
A shrub to 2 metres tall by up to 2 metres wide. It has a restricted natural distribution in New South Wales
Melaleuca deanei is a shrub to 3 metres high by up to 2 metres wide with fibrous, flaky bark.
A medium, upright and spreading shrub, growing to 2 metres tall by 1.5 metres wide
A medium shrub to 2 metres tall by 1 metre wide. It is found on the south coast of NSW, south from Mt Imlay in the Burrawangs, east of Boydtown, extending south through Victoria and Tasmania.
A small to large shrub growing to 2 metres tall by 3 metres wide.
It is formally described as Leptospermum polygalifolium subsp. tropicum (syn: L. flavescens) and is reported to be from a natural population on the east coast of Hinchinbrook Island (northern Queensland).
A small shrub growing to 3 metres tall by 2 metres wide with arching branches
It is reported to be a form of Leptospermum polygalifolium and was registered by Ray Brown of the Illawarra Grevillea Park at Bulli…..
A small to large shrub growing to 3 metres tall by 3 metres wide. This cultivar has been popular in the past and may be marketed under the name L. flavescens ‘Cardwell’.
It has a dense weeping habit and can spread more widely than it is tall. It has been in cultivation for several decades.
A large shrub or small tree, growing to a height of 6 metres, usually with a narrower spread, to 2 metres or more.
It is a very common shrub in sandstone environs, and has a large distribution, growing from the south-east region of Victoria (between Mallacoota and Orbost), north along the coast and tablelands subdivisions of NSW (extending just into the western slopes), up as far as Rockhampton in Qld.