Erect Guinea-flower, Grampians Guinea-flower.
Hibbertia riparia, Hibbertia stricta.
Hibbertia, named after George Hibbert a patron of botany.
Up to 0.6m.
Presence in Australia
Noted around Albury and Upper Upper Jerra Jerra-Upper Back. Probably also in similar surrounding country.
This specie has been identified in the following Australian states: Qld, NSW, ACT, Vic, Tas, SA.
On porphyry and granite areas, on shallow gravelly soils.
Low, usually upright shrub to 60cm high.
Conspicuous golden-yellow flowers, Sep-Feb.
Monitor closely as mature seeds soon shed.
Good habitat. Flowers are a food for many native insects, including moths, butterflies, wasps and bees.
Excellent ornamental for containers and rockeries. Prune tips regularly to promote bushiness.