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An iconic flora emblem of South Australia, the Sturt’s Desert Pea can be found growing in Central Australia. It also be seen growing at various locations around Alice Springs.

Some places they have been seen growing are the kerbside and road islands on the Stuart Highway on the north side of Alice, Olive Pink Botanic Garden, on the corner garden of the Alice Springs Cultural Precinct, outside the Alice Springs Hospital, and the Alice Springs Desert Park.

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Sturt’s Desert Pea

There are two forms to the Sturt’s Desert Pea as can be seen by the following examples found growing at the Araluen Cultural Centre - the Inland form and the Northern form.
Sturt’s Desert Pea © Colin Leel, May 2007
This is the Inland form of the Sturt’s Desert Pea, seen growing at the Araluen Cultural Centre.

Sturt’s Desert Pea © Colin Leel, May 2007
This is the Northern form of the Sturt’s Desert Pea, seen growing at the Araluen Cultural Centre.

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