SWAMP BORONIA FACTS
Map is from The Atlas of Living Australia web site, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License
Small Boronia, Tiny Boronia, Small-Flowered Boronia
Swamp Boronia is a small shrub that grows to a height 1 m. The leaves are elliptic to egg-shaped, with finely serrated edges, growing up to about 25 mm long and 6 mm wide. Pink, white or green flowers are produced in groups of up to three in the leaf axils. Flowering is in late winter to summer between August and March. The flower has four sepals about 3 mm to 6 mm long, and four petals about 3 mm to 6 mm long, and usually eight stamens.
heath, woodland, wallum in seasonally wet areas
Swamp Boronia is found in near-coastal areas in south east Queensland, eastern New South Wales, Tasmania. Also scattered in southern Victoria, and south east South Australia.
Height: 0.05m - 1m
Spread: 0.3m - 0.5m
|Common Name:||Swamp Boronia|
Relatives in same Genus