The Lemon-scented darwinia (Darwinia citriodora) belongs to Myrtaceae (the Myrtle family). It is a small evergreen tree that is endemic to the southwestern part of Western Australia, Australia. It grows in forests and coastal plains and is 1 to 1.5 m tall. The leaves are opposite, lanceolate to elliptic, with obtuse tips and involute margins. The leaves have obvious oil glands on their underside, which give off a pleasant lemon scent when crushed. From May to December, they produce a long series of small flowers at the ends of branches, in clusters of four, each cluster surrounded by red-green leaf-like bract leaves. Individual flowers are small, tubular and yellow, with petals encircling the stamens. The style is about 10 mm long, red to yellow, and protrudes from the flower with a brush-like tip that curves toward the center of the flower cluster.