Boronia heterophylla , called as Pygmy lantern (scientific name: Boronia heterophylla) is an endemic species of Western Australia and is a semi-hard-resistant evergreen shrub of the family Rutaceae. The lovely bell-shaped florets resembling Lily of the Valley(Suzuran) bloom on thin branches. There is a sweet smell of citrus in flowers and leaves. Also called alias. Pygmy lantern
Common name: Boronia heterophila, Scientific name: Boronia heterophylla, also: Pygmy lantern, Red boronia, Kalgan boronia, Place of Origin: Australia, Habitat environment: Arid forests, bisexual flowers,Tree height: 100 to 300 cm, leaf shape: winged compound leaf, phylogeny: paired life, flower diameter: 1 to 2 cm, flower shape: bell shape, flowering stage: March to June.