Corydalis heterocarpa var. japonicaRegular price $12.00 Save $-12.00
This variety of corydalis is a relative of the poppy that whilst it is considered a short-lived perennial of up to a few years, it does self sow, so you are assured of volunteers in your garden, so plenty to share around!
The leaves have a fine, fern-like quality to them which emerge in glaucous tones that develop with bronzy tints later in the growing season, it is a fast growing variety.
Plants are happy in dappled shade and this is a good choice for naturalising, the flowers are yellow with a greyish-brown spot on them, and flowering occurs in late winter and into early spring, and in milder areas into the summer. Plants are loved by butterflies so a great choice for attracting pollinators to your garden.
Plants perform to their best in a moist soil so mulching will help with this although they are considered to be quite drought tolerant once established.
Please note that all parts of this plant are toxic
Plant size PB2 | Equivalent 1.2 litres