Boronia keysii Rare and Endangered
2 m x 2 m
Fl. April – December with a peak in Spring.
Restricted to the Noosa Plains area, between Kin Kin and Lake Cootharaba, east of Gympie, Qld where it grows in in mixed eucalypt and Brushbox Lophostemon confertus woodland
Open shrub with small dark leaves and deep pink flowers. Moderately frost and drought hardy. Sub tropical long lived species which will adapt to colder climates. Grows best in well-drained soils in semi-shade. Foreground shrub, against the house, courtyards, tubs. Prune lightly after flowering. Place large rocks around the base of the plant and do not allow to dry out.