First blush of Australian spring
Chamelaucium wax flower, pretty as a picture in my garden right now and a native to this country, a favourite with insects including native bees. Plants in genus Chamelaucium belong to the myrtle family Myrtaceae and have flowers similar to those of the tea-trees (genus Leptospermum, also in family Myrtaceae).
They are woody, evergreen shrubs ranging from 15 cm to 3 m high. Each 5 petaled flower just 10 mm diameter. This one I'm growing is a cultivar called 'Sarah's Delight'.
"Chamelaucium uncinatum", the Geraldton waxflower, Geraldton wax, is a flowering plant endemic to Western Australia. It is an erect shrub 0.5 to 4m high, bearing white or pink flowers June–November. The name "uncinatum" means "hooked" in Latin, in reference to the tips of the leaves.