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Corydalis - Fumeworts

Wonderful for the shade garden, Corydalis are perennials boasting colorful clusters of small, spurred flowers, often fragrant, above handsome clumps of lacy foliage. They brighten up deep shade spots and require little attention. All they need is a rich, well-drained soil in a cool spot. They are perfect as groundcovers, in rock gardens or woodland settings and intermingle beautifully with other early shade-loving plants like bleeding hearts, daffodils, violets, or primroses in beds and borders.


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Corydalis 'Blackberry Wine' (Fumewort)

Corydalis 'Blackberry Wine' (Fumewort) is a low-growing, spreading perennial forming an attractive mat of lacy, blue-green leaves. From early summer to fall, attractive racemes of fragrant, blackberry wine, tubular flowers are produced on short, upright stems above the foliage, creating a remarkable contrast.

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Corydalis 'Canary Feathers' (Fumewort)

Vigorous and showy, Corydalis 'Canary Feathers' (Fumewort) is a low-growing, compact perennial forming an attractive mat of lacy, ovate, blue-green leaves. In late spring, bright racemes of tubular yellow flowers are produced on short, upright stems above the foliage, creating a remarkable contrast.

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Corydalis curviflora subsp. rosthornii 'Blue Heron' (Fumewort)

Noted for its incredibly dark blue flowers, Corydalis curviflora subsp. rosthornii 'Blue Heron' (Fumewort) is a showy, erect perennial forming an attractive mound of lacy, highly divided, blue-green leaves. From late spring to mid summer, large, very fragrant, sapphire blue flowers are produced atop stunning red stems above the foliage

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Corydalis elata (Fumewort)

Noted for its true blue flowers and gardenia fragrance, Corydalis elata (Fumewort) is an evergreen perennial of upright habit forming an attractive mound of lacy, bright yellow-green leaves. From late spring to midsummer, wonderfully fragrant, cobalt blue, dangling flowers are born on erect stems.

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Corydalis flexuosa 'Blue Panda' (Fumewort)

Noted for its blue flowers, Corydalis flexuosa 'Blue Panda' (Fumewort) is a showy, erect perennial forming an attractive mound of lacy, highly divided, blue-green leaves. In mid spring, eye-catching, dangling, sky blue flowers are produced in dense sprays above the foliage, creating a remarkable contrast.

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Corydalis flexuosa 'Golden Panda' (Fumewort)

Noted for its turquoise flowers and golden foliage, Corydalis flexuosa 'Golden Panda' (Fumewort) is a showy, erect perennial forming an attractive mound of lacy, highly divided leaves, emerging green in spring, and becoming chartreuse yellow as the season progresses.

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Corydalis lutea (Fumewort)

Noted for its long blooming season, Corydalis lutea (Fumewort) is a perennial forming an attractive mound of fern-like, fresh green, divided leaves. From late spring to early fall, bright yellow, short-spurred, locket-shaped flowers, 3/4 in. long (2 cm), are produced in great quantities.

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Corydalis shimienensis 'Berry Exciting' (Fumewort)

Incredibly showy, Corydalis shimienensis 'Berry Exciting' (Fumewort) is a striking perennial forming an attractive mound of lacy, highly divided, brilliant yellow leaves adorned with green streaks. From early summer to fall, clusters of fragrant, dusky purple flowers are produced above the foliage, creating a terrific contrast.

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Corydalis solida 'Beth Evans' (Fumewort)

Corydalis solida 'Beth Evans' (Fumewort) is a tuberous herbaceous perennial with showy spikes of up to 20 pale coral pink to deeper pink, tubular flowers, adorned with a white flash on the spur.

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Corydalis solida 'George Baker' (Fumewort)

Award-winning Corydalis solida 'George Baker' (Fumewort) is a tuberous herbaceous perennial with showy spikes of up to 20 glowing brick-red, tubular flowers in mid to late spring. They rise well above the handsome, fern-like foliage of blue-green, divided leaves.

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