Hibbertia scandens, commonly known as the climbing guinea flower, is an enchanting plant that is celebrated for its ornamental beauty, resilience, and ability to climb and cascade.

Hibbertia scandens is a member of the Dilleniaceae family and is native to various regions of Australia. This evergreen climber is known for its slender, twining stems that can reach up to 3 metres in length making it a stunning native planting to an open fence or trellis. As a ground cover it will grow 0.5 metres high spanning up to 5 metres.

Guinea Flower or Hibbertia scandlansHibbertia scandens – Guinea Flower is known for its adaptability and ability to thrive in a variety of conditions. It is a drought tolerant plant that prefers well-drained soil. While it can tolerate partial shade, the climbing guinea flower truly excels in full sun, producing more prolific blooms and maintaining a more compact, bushier form.

Being a versatile plant, Hibbertia scandens can be grown in the garden or in containers. This makes it perfect for a lot of different garden types such as coastal gardens, cottage gardens, courtyards or poolside. Its vibrant golden-yellow blooms, coupled with a hardy and easy-to-maintain nature, make it a favourite among gardeners seeking a versatile and eye-catching addition to their outdoor spaces.

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