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propagating perennials: Hibbertia procumbens-Spreading Guinea Flower
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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Hibbertia procumbens-Spreading Guinea Flower

Propagating Hibbertia should be accomplished in the fall by dividing the parent plant into as many pieces that contain a good root system. It has yellow/gold flowers that can appear in the spring and flower through to fall. It is evergreen, in Australia it is considered a shrub, and grown only in Zones 7-8 , is deer resistant, drought tolerant and a plant that should be seeded annually considering its blooming period. It reaches a height of 4".

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