The flowering of this plant is used to indicate when Native Bees 'Sugar-Bags' are ready for harvesting. It is a straggly but upright shrub growing in open forest in sandy soils. The leaves appear similar to holly with flattened stems and are thorny. Pods are smooth and flat. The flowers which appear in March are orange with yellow inner petals.
William Ivinson is willing to sell this fantastic piece of art.
Holly-Leaved Pea Flower - Bossiaea Bossiacoid
128.00 USD (15.00 USD S&H)
A3 - Limited Edition Prints - Archival Ink Drawing On Quality Cotton Rag Paper
The flowering of this plant is used to indicate when Native Bees 'Sugar-Bags' are ready for harvesting.
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