What is another word for Swainsona Grandiflora?

Pronunciation: [swe͡ɪnsˈə͡ʊnə ɡɹˈandɪflˌɔːɹə] (IPA)

Swainsona Grandiflora is a plant species native to Australia. Commonly known as the Sturt desert pea, the plant has several other synonyms that are commonly used. These include Clianthus formosus, Clianthus dampieri, Clianthus dampieri var. subrhomboideus, and Clianthus puniceus. The Sturt desert pea is a climbing vine with distinctive deep red flowers that bloom from spring to summer. Despite its beautiful appearance, the plant is known to be highly toxic if ingested. However, it is still highly valued in traditional medicine for its antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. The Swainsona Grandiflora plant is also commonly used in decorations, as well as in horticulture.

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