The closest relatives of this striking genus are the bleeding hearts. The Greek name, meaning “crested lark,” alludes to the elegant bird-like appearance of the flowers, which grow in racemes among ferny foliage.
Drink in the multitudes of pendulous, white-flecked flowers adorning this sweetly perfumed and richly hued, quick-to-establish Corydalis. The blooms really are the color of blackberry wine, and set against fern-like blue-green leaves, impart a heady aspect to the garden, especially when contrasted with the golden blades of Hakonechloa ‘All Gold’.
Size: 10" high x 18" wide.
Hardy to zone 5.
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