150mm Brown Boronia - Boronia Megastigma

SKU: 00234346
150mm Brown Boronia - Boronia Megastigma
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Product Description

A small evergreen shrub with fine, aromatic foliage. During Winter and Spring, it bears a profusion of highly fragrant brownish bell-like flowers that are yellow on the inside. Prefers partial shade in well-drained moist soils.
Ideal for native gardens, rockeries and containers. Position plants near doorways or windows where their fragrance can be enjoyed.
Grows well in a cool, partly shaded position in moist, well-drained soils.
Flowers last well in vases indoors.
Trim back after flowering to maintain shape if desired.

  • Attracts bees
  • Aromatic foliage
  • Ideal for native gardens and rockeries
  • Great as a container plant for sheltered patios and courtyards
  • Excellent for cut flower and floral work

Product Details

Model Name
Boronia Megastigma
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:150 H:400 L:120
Common Name
Brown Boronia
Botanical Name
Boronia Megastigma
Pot Size (mm)
Fully Grown Height (please specify mtr or cm)
Fully Grown Width (please specify mtr or cm)
Full Sun Position
Part Shade Position
Shaded Position
Sheltered location
Drought Tolerant
Suitable for Hedges
Suitable for Pots
Suitable for Hanging Baskets
Suitable for Garden Beds
Planting Tips
Plant in cool, partly shaded position in moist, well drained soils. Ensure a cool root system. Keep soil moist at all times. Trim back to shape if desired after flowering
Flower Colour
Foliage Colour
Recommended Planting Months Nth Island
Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
Recommended Planting Months Sth Island
Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
Flowering Months Nth Island
Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
Flowering Months Sth Island
Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

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