Boronia warangensis Rutaceae

RockĀ  Boronia

Form and Size: A small, compact, bushy and upright shrub, 30-60cm tall, with slender stems covered with short hairs

Distribution: In areas of rocky outcrops, White Mountains in north Qld, and in southern Qld and NSW

Leaves: Bi-pinnate, 2-3cm long; leaflets narrow, blunt

Flowers: White, about 0.6cm diameter borne singly or in small groups in the leaf axils

Flowering Period: November to February

Cultivation/Notes: Propagate from cuttings. A good rockery plant for sandy, well drained soils.