The golden guinea vine (Hibbertia scandens) belongs to the family Dilleniaceae. It is a small evergreen tree that is native to eastern Australia; from east-northern Queensland to south-eastern New South Wales. This is a woody vine and entwines itself around adjascent trees, and it can reach 2-5 m in height. The leaves are elliptic to obovate, entire and 3-9 cm long. The large yellow flowers, 5-7 cm across, bloom from late spring to summer. They can be found throughout most of the year and last one or to two days. It is planting widely, because of its high adaptation ability to environment.