Melaleuca hypericifolia, commonly known as hillock bush, is a plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae, genus Melaleuca and is endemic to New South Wales in Australia. It has large, orange to red flower spikes and consequently is a commonly cultivated species

  • Tolerates light frost, coastal & drought resistant
  • Full sun/ light shade
  • Small shrub, H up to 2.5m, W up to 2m
  • Soils - sandy, loamy, sandy loam, potting mix
  • Flowers – spring, summer
  • Medicinal
  • Attracts - Bees, nectar eating birds, butterflies

Hillock Bush - Melaleuca Hypericifolia