A small evergreen mallee growing with smooth bark and oval shaped leaves; clusters of large, bright yellow flowers appear in winter and spring, followed by decorative fruit. Attracts nectar feeding and seed eating birds. An ideal specimen for general garden planting as a small, ornamental tree. It is native to the south west of WA (between Albany and Esperance) and will therefore grow on coastal sites and in sand, clay and gravel based soils, as well as limestone. Grows best in an open, sunny position.