Kunzea baxteri, commonly known as scarlet kunzea, is a flowering plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia where it occurs near granite outcrops and hills. It is a shrub with large, scarlet, bottlebrush-like flower clusters, making it popular as a garden feature.

  • Full sun/part shade
  • Frost & drought tolerant
  • Large shrub, height up to 4m
  • Well-drained sandy soil
  • Flowers – All year
  • Attracts – Bees, nectar eating birds, butterflies, other insects

Kunzea Baxteri