Description Lemon-scented Boronia is an erect or sometimes prostrate shrub growing to 1 m tall, with lemon-scented leaves. It has pinnate leaves up to 25 mm long and 30 mm wide. Each leaf has 3 to 9 elliptic or lance-shaped leaflets. Pink or white flowers are produced in groups of up to 7 from the leaf axils. Flowering is between November and February. The flower has four sepals about 2 mm long, and four petals about 3.5 mm to 5 mm long, and eight stamens.
Habitat heathland, woodland , near rainforest
Distribution Lemon-scented Boronia is endemic to Tasmania.