Does anyone have experience or seen Hibbertia dentata IRL?
Hibbertia dentata -- closeup -- evergreen vining perennial, spreading
without support, but otherwise climbing quickly to 8-10’. Distinctive
leaves emerge dark burgundy, age to dark green with burgundy undersides,
reach 4" long. In winter, cool temperatures make the entire plant turn
dark bronzy purple, with the older leaves becoming almost black. Bright
yellow flowers to 3" across are starkly displayed against this dark
foliage in a heavy display in late winter. Sun to mostly shade, average
watering, average to good drainage. Damaged by frost at 25°F. Eastern and
southeastern Australia. UC Santa Cruz. Dilleniaceae
Trailing Guinea Flower. Trailing creeper or light vine with bright yellow
flowers and slender redish stems and dark-green and reddish leaves (in
winter). Prefers well-drained soils and a mulched root system with summer
water in southern California. Prune when young for bushier growth.
Prefers shaded position. Excellent container plant or hanging basket.
Recommended plant – Hibbertia dentata. Likes shade, slower growing
low diversity, but more tolerant of different conditions
but also lists many non-shady species.
Hibbertia dentata(75% shade)