Perhaps the most common is the Climbing Guinea Flower (Hibbertia scandens), which grows as a dense rambling groundcover or as a climber. It super-tough, growing naturally by the sea, and can cope with dry periods once it's established.
|Just the one small flower coming out on this plant.|
|Twining Guinea Flower doing what it does best: twining!|
|Late addition: Rough Guinea Flower, with its cheerful yellow flowers.|
|Hibbertia linearis growing at Mount Kembla. This species|
prefers sandy or even sandstone based soils and is
unfortunately quite hard to find in nurseries.