Corydalis solida Purple Bird

Fumewort, Bird in a Bush. It has tubular violet-purple flowers with purple-ivory flashes on its spurs. Moisture tolerant, it needs rich, well-draining soil in part shade. Deer-proof. Bulb size: 6 cm/up. April. Plant 4" deep and 4" apart. HZ: 5-8. 4” to 5”.

Corydalis are The Art & Soul of Spring.

Corydalis Horticultural Tips

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    Commonly known as Fumewort or Bird in a Bush, Corydalis solida is a bee-loved tuberous rootstock native from the Balkans to Scandinavia. Its name translates from Latin as Crested Lark, for its floral spurs. Commonly grown in sun-dappled woodlands, deer-proof Corydalis yields racemes of 4-petalled tubular flowers with attractive orchid-like spurs and finely cut, ferny foliage. Tolerant of a bit more moisture than most flower bulbs, it requires rich, well-draining soil in filtered sunlight to partial shade. Bulb size: 5 to 6 cm. April. Plant 4” deep and 4” apart. HZ: 5-8. 4” to 5”.

    Corydalis are The Art & Soul of Spring.

    Corydalis Horticultural Tips
Corydalis
Commonly known as Fumewort or Bird in a Bush, Corydalis solida is a bee-loved tuberous rootstock native from the Balkans to Scandinavia. Its name translates from Latin as Crested Lark, for its floral spurs. Commonly grown in sun-dappled woodlands, deer-proof Corydalis yields racemes of 4-petalled tubular flowers with attractive orchid-like spurs and finely cut, ferny foliage. Tolerant of a bit more moisture than most flower bulbs, it requires rich, well-draining soil in filtered sunlight to partial shade. Bulb size: 5 to 6 cm. April. Plant 4” deep and 4” apart. HZ: 5-8. 4” to 5”.

Corydalis are The Art & Soul of Spring.

Corydalis Horticultural Tips
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