Corydalis

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Corydalis elata

  • Pot size: 1 Litre
  • Plant size: 30cm (12in)
  • Growing condition: Partial - full shade
  • Flowering season: May to August

Fragrant, piercing blue flowers in May and June and all Summer if not too dry. Easy in a soil that retains a bit of moisture, does very well with us under an apple tree. More perennial, easier and a better garden plant than flexuosa.



Price: (2 or fewer plants) 5.80
Price: (3 or more plants) 5.45


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Corydalis 'Kingfisher'

  • Pot size: 9cm
  • Plant size: 30cm (12in)
  • Growing condition: Partial - full shade
  • Flowering season: April to July

The exceptional new hybrid from Keith Lever between C. cashmeriana and flexuosa. Short, with sky blue flowers all the growing season or all year given a bit of shelter. Plant in humus-rich soil in a raised bed.

Price: (2 or fewer plants) 4.95
Price: (3 or more plants) 4.50


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Corydalis linstowiana CD&R605

Corydalis linstowiana CD&R605

  • Pot size: 9cm
  • Plant size: 15cm (6in)
  • Growing condition: Partial - full shade
  • Flowering season: N/A to N/A

Boaxing Valley, China. Another of the blue Chinese Corydalis. This one is tap rooted, vigorous and will seed around. A nice mid blue flower rather like C. ambigua, but considerably easier to grow !

Price: 3.50


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