Cockspur Coral tree
Broadly spreading trees up to 6 metres in height, originating from Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay. The trees are hysteranthous - as spring approaches, their bright red, pea shaped flowers are borne at the tips of branches before the foliage.
Here in Australia they have been cultivated as an ornamental plant but have become invasive along waterways and other wet areas in coastal areas of New South Wales and therefore claims an environmental weed status.
This cultivar is Erythrina sykesii.
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