Botanical Name: Boronia ledifolia
Common Name: Sydney Boronia
Boronia: after the Italian botanist Fransesco Borone.
ledifolia: after the genus Ledum, a small shrub which resembles and from the Latin folium meaning leaf.
Habitat: In woodland, heath and dry sclerophyll forest on sandstone and granite.
Habit: Up to 1.5m high.
Flowers: Rose pink, 4 petals which are 5-10mm long.
Flowering time: July to October.
Range: From Victoria to Northern NSW coast.
Found on sandstone areas in The Hills Shire.