Corydalis - a perennial low-growing plant with tuberous roots. The leaves are tender, often glaucous, appearing early in spring and remaining until winter. It blooms with yellow flowers from June to September. There is a tuft with red and pink flowers.
The plant is ephemeroid, blooms in March for 2-3 weeks, then the leaves dry out. The crested flower with purple flowers blooms in mid-summer. Tufts are unpretentious plants. They grow well in the shade, partial shade, do not need watering. They prefer fertile soil, although they grow on any garden. The plant is hardy.
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