Desert Boronia
Buds & leaves
Desert Boronia
Desert Boronia (Boronia inornata ssp leptophylla)Class: Plants (Plantae) - Land Plants (Charophyta) - Land Plants (Equisetopsida) - Shrubs & Bushes     iNaturalist Observation
Order: Woody Plants (Sapindales)
Family: Citrus (Rutaceae)
Species: Desert Boronia (Boronia inornata ssp leptophylla)
This Photo:     Flowers
Other name: Dryland Boronia

EXTRA - Photo Specific Information:
Beware: There are Beyeria opaca leaves & stems in this photo as well.
General Species Information:
Found on Ellura (in the Murray Mallee, SA) and elsewhere
The buds are prettier than the flower; Hot pink shades which gives the whole shrub a pink colouration (this fades as it blooms).
The buds and flowers range from white to deep pink. The buds can also be single coloured or variegated.
Cylindrical / baseball bat, green, shiny leaves.
New stems are rusty brown.

Copyright © 2012-2021 Brett & Marie Smith. All Rights Reserved. Photographed 07-Oct-2012
This species is classed as LC (Least Concern) in the Murray Mallee, SA, by DENR (Regional Species Status Assessments, July 2010)