ROUGH BUSH-PEA FACTS
Map is from The Atlas of Living Australia web site, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License
Rough Bush-pea is an upright small shrub that grows to about one to two metres tall. The leaves are wedge-shaped (inverted triangular) with two lobes at the tip, and grow to about 15 mm long. The leaves have down curved margins and have a rough hairy surface. Clusters of pea flowers are about 1 cm long and are orange yellow with red centres and appear in spring. The fruit is flattened pea pods to 7 mm long.
1m - 2m
0.5 m - 1.5m
grows on heathland, moist woodland, dry eucalypt forest,
Rough Bush-pea is found in south east of South Australia, Victoria and eastern New South Wales.
|Common Name:||Rough Bush-pea|
Relatives in same Genus