Kennedia prostrata is a prostrate or climbing shrub which can spread to a width of 1.5 metres (5') and has light green leaves that comprise 3 rounded leaflets with undulating edges. Scarlet pea flowers are produced singly or in pairs between April and November in its native range. These are followed by cylindrical pods that are 3-5 cms (1-2") in length.
Another Kennedia species is K. eximia (there is a distinct difference in the leaves and flowers of the two plants:
Kunzea baxteri is a shrub in the family Myrtaceae and endemic to the southwest of Western Australia where it occurs on granite outcrops and hills. It grows between 1-4 metres (3-13 ft) in height. It is one of two Kunzea species that produces red flowers, the other being K. pulchella. The flowers are produced between July and March in its native range. Its beautiful flowers rival those of some of the Callistemon (bottlebrush) species:
K. pulchella is also endemic to southwest W.A. but I consider its flowers less spectacular than those of K. baxteri although still quite beautiful:
I am falling in love with our beautiful wildflowers all over again. : )