Hibbertia cunninghamii facts for kids
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Hibbertia cunninghamii is a shrub in the Dilleniaceae family that is native to Western Australia.
The shrub with a sprawling, straggling or ascending habit that typically grows to a height of 0.2 to 0.7 m (7.9 in to 2 ft 3.6 in). It blooms between August and December and produces yellow flowers.
The species is distributed through the western South West and Great Southern regions of Western Australia between Waroona in the north down to around Albany in the south with an isolated population found near Jerramungup further east. It is found on floodplains and swampy areas and in and around granite outcrops growing in sandy or loamy lateritic soils.
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