Crowea are a small genus of shrubs from the Rutaceae family, of which citrus, Boronia and Eriostemon are also members. The most popular of the Crowea include Crowea exalata, Crowea saligna and Crowea angustifolia.
Crowea exalta is undoubtedly the most popular of all the Crowea, both as a cut flower and as a worthy addition to the garden. The plant can be found in north and eastern Victoria, the south coast of New South Wales and is particularly fond of the rocky areas around Sydney and the Hawkesbury region. It is a relatively small shrub, only growing to approximately 0.75 metres. It flowers throughout most of the year, but is most prolific during autumn and winter. The waxy flowers are five-petal share shaped, and usually pink, but more rarely can be white. The foliage is quite small.
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