Botanical Name: Hibbertia cistiflora spp. cistiflora
Common Name: Guinea Flower
Hibberita: Named after George Hibbert, an Englishman who had a private botanic garden
cistiflora: named after genus Cistis (Mediterranean Rockrose)
Habitat: In heath and woodland on sandstone.
Leaves: Rough with warty bumps and a short, blunt, yellowish point.
Flowers: Yellow. 6 stamens to one side of 2 carpels
Flowering time: Spring
Range: Sydney, Blue Mountains to Victoria.
Found in the north of The Hills Shire.