Woollybush is found on the eastern side of the coastal plain, growing up to 4 m tall. It is densely covered in overlapping leaves, which are comprised of linear segments. They are covered in hairs and are soft to the touch. Small flowers are produced over most of the year. They are usually solitary and hidden amongst the foliage.
Ref: “Leaf and branch: trees and tall shrubs of Perth” by Robert Powell. Published by the Western Australian Department of Environment and Conservation, 2009.