The cultivar Callistemon citrinus 'White Anzac' is a low growing and spreading shrub growing to about 1m in height.
It has broad stiff, green lanceolate leaves that have a slight lemon fragrance when crushed. The new growth is a lovely pink colour, with a soft velvety feel.
In mid-spring it produces lots of dense, white, cylindrical spikes of bottlebrush flowers that turn cream as they age.
Plant in full sun, in an open position to maximise the number of flowers and density of the plant.
It is fast growing and tough and is able to tolerate 2nd line salt, wind, drought, frost and even pollution.
As with most Callistemon, this one is easily grown and will attract bird life to your garden.
It can be planted as ground cover or as a low informal hedge.