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Boronia

It belongs to the family Rutaceae and it originates from Australia. It is an evergreen shrub typical of the coastal areas that has small and intense green leaves with an unmistakable fragrance, sour and stinging, typical of citrus fruits (as a matter of fact it belongs to the same botanical family) and it produces small and starred flowers, rose-colored and with four petals. The flowers are rich of essential oils and are used for the preparation of emotional infusions that are ideal in order to find calm and serenity and fight against obsessions and insomnia. It prefers sunny and well ventilated positions, its blooming could last throughout the year.

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Botanical name

Botanical name

Boronia Ledifolia

Common name

Common name

Boronia

Variety

Variety

Crenulata

Flower's color

Flower's color

Pink

Temperature

Temperature

min -5°

Exposure

Exposure

Full sun or half shade

Watering need

Watering need

Averages-low

Blooming

Blooming

Spring, until summer

Availability

Availability

February-April

Availability

February, March, April

Exposure

Full sun, Half shade

Flowering

Spring, Summer

Water need

Average, Low