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Corydalis

Botanical Name
Corydalis lutea
Hardiness
zones 5 to 7
Height
9 to 15 inches
Width
18 inches
Flowers
Late spring to fall: yellow
Light
Part shade to shade
Soil
Moist, well-drained, gravelly
Planting & Care
  • Drainage in key, corydalis does not like 'wet feet', especially in winter
  • Corydalis will not perform well in the deep South where the summers are hot and humid
  • Will self seed
  • Works well in the cottage garden or planted around rocks and stones
  • Transplant in spring while small
Problems
None serious

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