|Scientific Name:||Melaleuca wilsonii|
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Native to South Australia and Victoria.
Widely spreading shrub to 2 m high with rough, flaking or corky bark. Leaves opposite and linear-lanceolate, 8–15 mm long, 1–2 mm wide with an acute to sharply pointed apex. Flowers in lateral clusters along stem for 10 cm or more, pale to dark pink or lilac. Fruit capsules about 4 mm wide.
Grows on seasonally flooded and poorly drained soils.
A key to the more common Melaleuca species on waterlogged and saline land can be accessed here – Key to Melaleuca.