Description Ledum Boronia is a shrub that grows to 2.5 m tall but usually less. The leaves are usually simple but may be pinnate with three to seven leaflets. The dark green leaves (or leaflets) are narrow growing to 4 cm long and 7 mm wide. Pink or pale pink flowers are produced in group of 3 to 6 (sometimes a lot more) from the leaf axils in spring and early summer. The flower has four sepals about 3 mm to 4 mm long, and four petals about 5 mm to 12 mm long, and eight stamens.
Habitat forest, woodland, heath
Distribution Ledum Boronia is found mainly in eastern New South Wales and also eastern Victoria.