Description Deane's Boronia is an erect shrub that grows to 1.5 m tall. The leaves are linear growing 4 mm to12 mm long, and strongly aromatic when crushed. White or pink flowers are produced in groups of up to three from the leaf axils. Flowering is in late winter and spring between August and November. The flower has four sepals, and four petals about 5 mm long, and eight stamens.
Habitat open forest, heathland, swamps in high country.
Distribution Deane's Boronia is found in in south east New South Wales, in the central and southern highlands.