A charming small shrub, growing to around a metre tall and wide, with numerous dainty white flowers covering the branches in summer. The foliage is pleasingly aromatic when crushed. It has a pleasing pendulous growth habit. A hardy plant, needing little care once established. A light prune after flowering will ensure a more dense habit
This plant used to be known as Babingtonia odontocalyx, and is listed as vulnerable in its natural range in northern NSW to southern Queensland.