The full common name is the Heart-leaf Flame Pea. It occurs naturally in the forests on the tip of south-western Australia in gravelly or loamy soils. When in flower this small scrambling shrub is conspicuous with its sets of orange-red or yellow pea flowers with separate flowers attached by short equal stalks at equal distances along a central stem up to 12 cm long, i.e in a typical ‘pea flower’ formation. The plant flowers in spring. The Noongar people, who are traditional owners of that area, know the plant as Kaly.
For framed prints, originals, and objects, shipping costs vary as they often can’t be sent with a regular postal service. We will send you a separate invoice for the delivery cost.
Quotes for shipping can be provided on request, simply get in touch through our contact form.