5 Graines Pois corail noir, Kennedia nigricans

5 Graines Pois corail noir, Kennedia nigricans

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Black coral peas, Kennedia Nigricans |

Kennedia Nigricans , commonly called Black Kennedia , [2] is a kind of flowering plant in the Fabaceae and Est Endemic West of Western Australia . It is a crawling or voluble or climbing shrub with trifoliated leaves and black and yellow-orange flowers.

5 seeds - non -rustic

Kennedia Nigricans is a dragging or voluble shrub or a vigorous wood climber which generally climbs up to a height of 4 m (13 ft) and extends up to 6 m (20 ft). The leaves are dark green, trifoliated and 70–180 mm (2.8–7.1 in) long on a Petiole of 10–30 mm (0.39–1.18 ) Long with stipules 4.5 mm (0.18 '') long at the base. The leaflets are in the form of an egg, the terminal leaflet of 30–90 mm (1.2–3.5 in long and 20–70 mm (0.79–2.76 in) wide on a petiolule up to 17 mm (0.67 in) long. The lateral leaflets are smaller, on a short petiolule. Flowers are arranged in groups of fifteen on a peduncle from 20 to 130 mm (0.79 to 5.12 in) long, each flower from 30 to 33 mm (1.2 to 1.3 in) long on a pedicel100–150 mm (3.9–5.9 inches) long. The five sepales measure 12–14 mm (0.47–0.55 in) long with triangular or spear -shaped teeth of approximately 4 mm (0.16 in) Long, the two superior joined over most of their length. The petals are purple or purple to almost black and yellow-orange, the Petal Standard measures 22–27 mm (0.87–1.06 in Long, the Wings 28–30 mm (1.1–1.2 in) long and the keel approximately 27 mm (1.1 in) long. Flowering takes place from July to November and the fruit is a pod of 46–70 mm (1.8–2.8 '' long. 

A cultivar known as Kennedia Nigricans 'Minstrel' was recorded with Australian Cultivar Authority by Goldup Nursery de Mount Evelyn, Victoria En in September 1985. This cultivar was selected from a lot of sowing in 1983 and has a pale color instead of yellow, which appears almost white. [dix]

This climber is distinguished by its vigor and can be used to cover embankments or unsightly structures. [4] The species is suitable for a range of floors and prefers a sunny position. [5] [2] He is resistant to drought and has a certain gel tolerance. [5] The species can be propagated by scarified seeds or semi-mature growth cuttings, while cultivar requires spread from cuttings to remain faithful to the type.


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