CORYDALIS SEEDS

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  1. CORYDALIS CAVA

    In early spring, terminal racemes of large, fragrant, white or purple flowers, open above attractive clumps of ternately divided leaves. Larger than Corydalis solida, and appearing from hollow, unusually-shaped tubers, this gem will naturalise in the garden when happy, producing different coloured seedlings, whilst preferring a shady, well drained border with extra humus. Few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $4.16

  2. CORYDALIS CHEILANTHIFOLIA

    Bronze tinged ferny foliage makes a perfect backdrop for the endless sprays of golden yellow flowers. Will naturalise in a suitable position. ... Learn More

    $2.54

  3. CORYDALIS HETEROCARPA

    This new impressive poppy relative is a lovely clump-forming plant with strong much-dividing stems bearing masses of delicate ferny leaves and carrying on the end of each branch a large multiple flower head of yellow, brown and white flowers. This is the biggest, fastest-growing and most amazing corydalis we have ever encountered. ... Learn More

    $3.58

  4. CORYDALIS LUTEA

    Spikes of bright yellow flowers above a delicate filigree of tiny green fern-like leaves. Exceptional performance in walls or dry locations, naturalising well and producing a long season of colour from early spring to late summer. ... Learn More

    $3.12

  5. CORYDALIS MAGADANICA

    This extremely rare, beautiful and valuable new discovery from the Arctic wastes of Eastern Russia bears a long succession of large, chocolate-tipped yellow flowers, which are produced throughout the spring and summer above a solid, soft foil of delicate ferny foliage. In a well-prepared bed it can reach nearly a metre in height and is exceptional on a north bank here. ... Learn More

    $3.58

  6. CORYDALIS MALKENSIS

    This diminutive treasure is packed with racemes of large, white or creamy-yellow tubular flowers above finely-divided glaoucous foliage, very early in the year. It will thrive virtually everywhere, making a superb show every spring, along with a gentle increase underground. It may also self sow a little but never to cause a problem, and soon after flowering this amazing plant vanishes underground into hardy tubers for another 9 months ... Learn More

    $3.84

  7. CORYDALIS NOBILIS

    Clumps of blue green, dissected, ferny foliage are the perfect backdrop for the clustered primrose yellow, purple-brown tipped flowers that open from huge clusters of buds in April and May. A focal point in the spring garden, this "Lord of the genus Corydalis" never fails to attract attention and questions from the visitors to our gardens here. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  8. CORYDALIS OCHROLEUCA

    This lovely compact plant is somewhat similar to Corydalis lutea, but has greyer foliage in spring and for most of the summer, below a long succession of striking, bicoloured, greenish-yellow and white flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.19

  9. CORYDALIS OPHIOCARPA

    The Eastern Himalayas is the home of this vigorous architectural plant, which may self-seed when happy. From a dense filigree of fern-like grey-green foliage sprout thick, crunchy, dividing brittle stems carrying masses of red-tipped ivory flowers. ... Learn More

    $2.47

  10. CORYDALIS OPHIOCARPA 'BRONZE BEAUTY'

    A brand new hybrid discovered here as a single seedling from two quite distinctive and different parents. Your seedlings will vary, but all will have very early sprays of creamy-yellow flowers erupting from bronzed foliage later turning to shades of pink or purple. ... Learn More

    $3.25

  11. CORYDALIS SEMPERVIRENS

    A distinctive, rapid growing plant producing large sprays of tubular pink flowers with yellow tips. Will flower the first year if sown early and also self-seed gently where it is happy. ... Learn More

    $2.66

  12. CORYDALIS SEMPERVIRENS ALBA

    The lovely albino form of this plant. Sown early can make an impressive mass smothered with yellow-tipped snow-white flowers. ... Learn More

    $2.54

  13. CORYDALIS SOLIDA

    In spring, tight tufts of grey-green ferny foliage lie beneath dense spikes of purple flowers. This beautiful plant from northern Europe does well in a shady position on the rockery where it will grow in size each year. Very few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $3.58

  14. CORYDALIS SOLIDA GEORGE BAKER

    This rare and extremely beautiful, clump-forming herbaceous alpine has a hardy tuberous root, and grey-green, divided, fern-like foliage. Heavy sprays of tubular, deep brick-red flowers are borne in upright racemes in March and April. It does best in very well-drained, moderately fertile soil in an open sunny position or light dappled shade. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  15. CORYDALIS TALIENSIS

    Why this long-lived beauty has evaded discovery until now is a mystery. Massed drooping stems of sizeable pale purple flowers are held above delicate ferny foliage. Superlative in a shady spot. ... Learn More

    $3.25

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