Large-leaved lupin is one of the most spectacular perennial lupins native to western North America.
Michelsonia microphylla is a rare, although once locally abundant, tropical African forest tree from the Congo basin.
Round-leaved restharrow is a beautiful, dwarf shrub with large, pink, red-veined pea-flowers and round, toothed, sticky leaflets.
Small-leaved bloodwood is an African shrub or tree with many uses, and is considered threatened in northern Burkina Faso.
A tree from the forests of West and Central Africa, Parkia bicolor has large, reddish, pendent flower heads that are pollinated by fruit bats at night.
Sturt's desert pea has striking, blood-red flowers with bulbous black centres, and is the South Australian floral emblem.
Balloon pea is a South African herbal remedy traditionally used for stomach problems, diabetes and lately as an important tonic to improve the overall health of cancer and HIV/AIDS patients.
The pagoda tree was introduced to Britain in 1753 and Kew's own specimen is believed to date back to 1760.
Tetraberlinia bifoliolata is a tropical African tree with yellow flowers and explosive seed pods.
A Near Threatened shrub belonging to the pea and bean family, Tephrosia chimanimaniana is restricted to the Chimanimani Mountains in eastern Zimbabwe.