Pomaderris vacciniifolia is listed under the Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988 as a threatened species.
Pomaderris vacciniifolia flowers from September to November.
Pomaderris vacciniifolia has small seeds that mature around mid-December and early January, and are released from their capsules over this period (Cameron 2006).
Such seed dispersal is typical for Australian Pomaderris species (Berg 1975; Lengyel et al.
Indeed, the seeds of many other species of Pomaderris germinate en masse following fire (Warcup 1980; Turner et al.
Pomaderris vacciniifolia also is thought to have a low tolerance for competition in low light conditions, and successful recruitment may not occur under dense shade (Cameron 2006).