Hibbertia empetrifolia - Trailing guinea flower
A low, straggly shrub with small and rather broad leaves. Sometimes the leaves have three blunt tips. The flowers are considerably smaller and more open than those of other Hibbertias
Flowering: spring and summer, but out-of season flowering is quite common
Habitat: Scrubland and open forest, often under trees.
Distribution: From Sydney south to Tasmania
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