Kennedia rubicunda

Known as Red Kennedy Pea or Dusky Coral Pea

Erect Scrambling Plant Evergreen Perennial Vine to 3 Metres High
Full Sun / Semi-Shade
Soil/Conditions: Adaptable / Well-Drained

Dark Green trifolate leaves to 120 mm
Dark Red flowers to 40 mm in Winter/Spring Hairy slightly flattened seed pods to 100 mm

Flowers are food for Lewin’s Honeyeater, Brown Honeyeater and Eastern Spinebill.

Family: Fabaceae

Natural Habitat: Coastal Sand Dunes

Tubestock from Kumbartcho 3 March 2021

Planted in the south east corner so it can climb the eastern and front fences. First flowers May 2022 – almost missed them in the rain.

kennedia rubicunda flower

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