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Melaleuca armillaris, Bracelet Honey-myrtle


Melaleuca armillaris, Bracelet Honey-myrtle, grows into a tall spreading shrub or small tree.

The leaves are light green and narrow.

In spring and summer plants become covered with white bottlebrush-like flowers. They attract a range of insects.

The dense foliage provides nesting opportunities for small native birds. Pruning improves foliage density.

M. armillaris is a popular garden subject and has proved to be hardy and free flowering. The Bracelet Honey-myrtle is an excellent hedge plant.

M. armillaris is found on the coast and tablelands area of NSW, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia.

The species name comes from the Latin: armilla, meaning a bracelet and refers to the appearance of the cylindrical fruits on the branches. This feature has also given rise to the common name.

Propagate from seed and cuttings.

Warren and Gloria Sheather

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