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A dainty perennial with yellow to white flowers starting late spring.  Corydalis is great in cottage gardens or shaded rock gardens.
Common Name: Corydalis
Botanical Name: Corydalis
Type: Perennial
Soil Preference: Corydalis grows best in moist, well-drained soils that are alkaline. Adding lime to the soil will help to achieve these conditions. However, C. lutea tends to tolerate drier conditions better than the other species.
Light Requirements: Though it will grow in full sun with consistent moisture, this plant prefers partial shade to shade
Attributes: Border, edging, mass plant, rabbit resistant
Pests: --
Diseases: --
Companion Plants: Astilbe (Feather Flower), Columbine, Hosta, Lungwort, Japanese Painted Fern, Bellflower, Bleeding Heart
Care: It self-seeds freely, and these seedlings can easily be transplanted to other locations or removed.  Cut back any dead foliage in spring.

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Corydalis 'Chocolate Stars'
zones 5-7
Description:  This unique new corydalis presents chocolate colored foliage in spring which brightens to green in summer. In early to midsummer, dainty white flowers are presented just above the foliage.  'Chocolate Stars' is a very strong grower but needs to be sited in partial to full shade. It makes a lovely addition to cottage gardens, shaded rock gardens, or containers.
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: Early Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 12-16"
Spread: 12-16"

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Corydalis lutea
zones 5-7
Description: Everything about this perennial is dainty and refined. Fresh green, fern-like leaves are held in softly falling tiers, resembling the fronds of Maiden-Hair Fern.  Beginning in late spring, clusters of light yellow to rich gold flowers, somewhat like those of the fringed bleeding heart, hover just above the foliage. Though blooming is heaviest in late spring, C. lutea will continue to produce flowers thru mid-fall if plants are kept moist. Use this plant in cottage gardens, shaded rock gardens, or in containers.
Bloom Color: Yellow
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 9-15"
Spread: 12-15"

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