Guinea Gold Vine
Evergreen, Ground covers, Vines
These Australian native evergreen shrubs and vines are grown for their attractive foliage and bright yellow flowers resembling wild roses.Hibbertia scandens
Fast-growing vine climbs by twining stems to 8–10 ft. In ideal climate, the foliage is handsome all year—narrow, waxy dark green leaves to 3 in. long. Blooms from spring into early fall. Good for small garden areas if trained on a trellis or against a low fence; can be grown as groundcover. Do any significant thinning in late fall or winter; remove errant stems as needed during bloom time. Recovers quickly from light frosts.
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