CORYDALIS SEEDS

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  1. 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

    $2.48

  2. 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

    $3.49

  3. 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

    $3.05

  4. 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

    $3.75

  5. 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

    $3.75

  6. 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

    $3.11

  7. 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

    $2.41

  8. 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

    $3.18

  9. 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

    $2.60

  10. 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

    $2.48

  11. 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

    $3.49

  12. 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

    $3.75

  13. CORYDALIS TOMENTELLA

    This hardy corydalis bears strong spikes of tubular and pale yellow flowers which are arranged in neat racemes. The most unusual feature however, is the maidenhair-like foliage which is a striking, metallic, glaucous grey colour. ... Learn More

    $3.75

  14. CORYDALIS WILSONII

    This lovely plant displays compact sprays of rich butter-yellow flowers held close to the rosette of finely-divided, glaucous leaves. Although it is an alpine plant, and can easily withstand minus ten degrees C, it grows best in a well drained soil, or a scree mixture as it does not readily tolerate winter wet, and therefore is best suited to a protected scree outdoors, or will perform even better in a raised bed in an Alpine House. ... Learn More

    $3.75

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