Surprisingly, after many months, our Geraldton Wax (on the left - Chamelaucium uncinatum) has sprung into flower. We planted a couple some eighteen months ago and it seems to have taken ages for the sole survivor to burst into flower. They do like a lot of sun so our front garden is probably a bit too heavily shaded for them to do well. I was surprised to find that it's actually a reasonably close relative of manuka (Leptospermum scoparium), a native of New Zealand and SE Australia. While we were on the South Island I actually took a few photos of the white manuka which covers some of the slopes along the way between Christchurch and Greymouth. At the time the flowers reminded me of something I'd seen before. but I couldn't work out what it was. The leaves are quite a bit different though. Mystery solved.