Boronia shrubs are attractive, evergreen plants native to Australia. They feature small, fragrant flowers that come in various colors, including pink, purple, and white.
To grow a Boronia shrub, choose a well-drained soil location with partial shade to full sun exposure. Plant them in early spring, ensuring they have enough space to spread and grow. Adequate watering is essential, especially during dry periods. Mulching around the base helps retain moisture and control weeds. Pruning after flowering encourages bushier growth and removes any dead or damaged branches.
Boronias can be sensitive to extreme heat or frost, so provide protection in such conditions. With proper care, these delightful shrubs can add beauty and fragrance to your garden
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