Decoration | Beaded | Desert Pea Sturt
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Sturt’s Desert Pea is a particularly striking member of the Fabaceae family. Apart from its role as the state flower of South Australia, Sturt’s Desert Pea is highly sought after as a cut flower plant. Having had a long botanical history since its discovery in 1699 by William Dampier, Sturt’s Desert Pea has undergone a number of botanical name changes.
Beautifully depicted on this hanging decoration with velvets, silk embroidery, beads and sequins on one side.
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