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Corydalis sempervirens
    Code: CS67-A8
    SKU: Lot A4 - 100 seeds
    Price: $2.45
    Quantity in Basket: none


    [Capnoides sempervirens] Pale Corydalis or Rock Harlequin (ko-RI-dal-is)

    A North American native, biennial or annual growing from 8 to 30 inches tall (This selection comes in around 2 feet). Flowers bright pink and yellow-tipped, with a single spur. Leaves blue green, multi lobed. An interesting plant that will self seed around and form little packets of attractive spring foliage and dangling pink flowers in late spring. Plants grow in the wild after a fire. Flowers numerous, produced in panicled cymose clusters at the ends of the branches. The flowers are 5/8 of an inch long, pink with a yellow tip, and rounded spurs.

    Native to open wood lands from Alaska to Newfoundland, Pacific northwest, northern Rockies and east to the Atlantic Coast down to Georgia. Sow at 70F, germination is in one to three weeks. Cover with glass or plastic. If seeds have not germinated well after four weeks-move to the refrigerator for three weeks then back F 70. Sow in suite for flowers in five or six weeks.

    100+ seeds

    Corydalis solida
      Code: CORYSO
      SKU: Lot A3 - 50 seeds
      Price: $2.95
      Quantity in Basket: none


      Papaveracae:

      This spring blooming plant grows best in moist, shady locations. They grow around 25 cm (10 in) tall and is cultivated for its deeply divided, ferny leaves and narrow, long-spurred flowers. The flower range from mauve to purple or reddish. Corydalis solida is a spring ephemeral, which means its foliage appears in spring and dies down in summer and the plants survive as a tuberous rootstock to grow again the next spring.

      Zones 3-9

      Native to northern Europe and Asia

      50 seeds