Baeckea imbricata, commonly known as heath myrtle, is a heathland shrub found in coastal areas and nearby ranges in New South Wales and Queensland in Australia. It grows to 1 metre high and has small ovate leaves that are 3–6 mm long and 2.5 to 5 mm wide. White flowers appear between spring and late summer.

  • Part shade
  • Shrub height up 1m
  • Well drained sandy soils
  • Flowers – Sept - Feb

Baeckea Imbricata