Description Fraser's Boronia is an erect shrub that grows to about 2 m tall. The leaves are pinnate, up to about 12 cm long, with three and seven elliptic leaflets. Each leaflet grows about 4 cm long and 1 cm wide, with the end leaflet somewhat larger. Pink flowers are produced in groups of three to seven from the leaf axils in winter and spring, between July to October. The flower has four sepals about 3 mm long, and four petals about 6 mm to 10 mm long, and eight stamens.
Habitat rainforest, wet gullies
Distribution Fraser's Boronia is found in the Sydney region in New South Wales