What is another word for Australian Pea?

Pronunciation: [ɒstɹˈe͡ɪli͡ən pˈiː] (IPA)

The Australian Pea is a shrub that is native to Australia and New Zealand. It is also known as the golden pea, yellow bush pea, and the New Zealand broom. The plant is typically found in dry areas and is often cultivated as an ornamental plant due to its bright yellow flowers that bloom from late winter through spring. The leaves of the Australian Pea can be used to make a tea that is said to have medicinal properties. The plant is also used in traditional Aboriginal medicine to treat various ailments. Other synonyms for the Australian Pea include Swainsona, Darling Pea, and Golden Glory Pea.

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