Regular Posts Tagged ‘Dilleniaceae’
6 years, 1 month ago Posted in: Australian Plants, Sydney Plants 0
Hibbertia cistiflora

Family Dilleniaceae One of a number of species with needle-like leaves, this species can be recognised by the fact that the stamens are all on one side of the carpels, and the carpels do not have hair, as in Hibbertia riparia. Flowering: only in late winter/early spring Habitat: Moist areas in heath and scrubland, on [...]


6 years, 1 month ago Posted in: Australian Plants, Sydney Plants 0
Hibbertia dentata

Family Dilleniaceae A twining creeping plant with large dark green, reddish leaves which are toothed at the margins. The flowers are larger than those of most Hibbertia species, but smaller than those of H. scandens, and are about 3 cm across. The plant has a creeping or twining habit. Flowering: mostly in spring Habitat: Sheltered [...]