Mallee or shrub (occasionally a tree in cultivation) to 3m tall in the wild. Bark thin, rough at the base of the trunk, smooth above, rarely smooth throughout, smooth bark bronze to coppery to grey. Oil glands in the branchlet pith. Leaves aromatic when crushed, opposite each other, 1-2.5cm long, 10-25mm wide, hairless, glaucous, dull and pale, with rounded, occasionally notched, tips. Flower bud caps about the same length as the base. Flowers greenish yellow, with 0 petals, in clusters of 7 at the bases of the leaves. Nut valves not very noticeable. Native of WA.
Description and photographs in the DVD/thumb drive Euclid
FloraBase photos: http://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/browse/photo/5687