, commonly known as Bendigo Waxflower
or Fairy Waxflower
, is a shrub in the family Rutaceae
. The species is endemic to south-east Australia
. It is usually up to 1.2 metres high, although heights up to 2 metres have been recorded in Gippsland
. It produces white flowers from August to October in its native range.
The species was first described in 1834 by French botanist Achille Richard who gave it the name Erisotemon verrucosum, later amended to Eriostemon verrucosus. It was transferred to the genus Philotheca by Paul G. Wilson in 1998.