Description Sticky Boronia (Boronia anemonifolia) is an erect shrub that grows to about 2 m tall. The leaves are usually pinnate growing to about 18 mm long and 25 mm wide. The leaflets are wedge-shaped or oval, up to 9 mm long and 4 mm wide. Pale pink or white flowers are produced in groups of up to 9 from the leaf axils. Flowering is between August and April. The flower has four sepals about 2 mm long, and four petals about 5 mm long, and eight stamens.
Habitat woodland, heathland
Distribution Sticky Boronia is found in south east Queensland, eastern New South Wales, Victoria, northern and eastern Tasmania.