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Excerpt from The Garden, Vol. 43: An Illustrated Weekly Journal of Horticulture in All Its Branches; Midsummer, 1893
Kennedya rubicunda is another very desirable species, stronger in growth than the last. This has dark green leaves, while the blossoms are of a deep red colour and very showy. Other Kennedyas are K. Coccinea, with bright scarlet coloured blossoms, and K. Nigricans. A strong-growing climber with smallish ﬂowers, purple in colour, with a yellowish blotch.
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