Kennedia rubicunda Health effects and herbal facts
Kennedia rubicunda is a species of flowering plant in the family Fabaceae, endemic to Australia. It occurs in the states of Victoria and New South Wales and Queensland. It is a vigorous climber which stems up to 4 metres in length and has oval-shaped leaflets in threes that are about 3 to 12 cm long. Dark red pea flowers are produced in racemes from late winter to spring and are followed by pods. The species was first published in 1795 under the later rejected name of Glycine rubicunda by in Curtis's Botanical Magazine. In 1804 it was published under its current name by E.P. Ventenant in Jardin de la Malmaison.
- Australia: Australia - New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria