Corydalis are a genus of approximately 300 species within the Papaveraceae (Poppy) family, native to parts of east Africa. The name is derived from the Greek word ‘korydalis’ meaning ‘crested lark’. The plant was first documented by Christian Friedrich Stephan in his works Regni Vegetabilis Systema Naturale that was first published in 1821.
Corydalis are low growing annuals, biennials or tuberous perennials with slender stems and small clumps of lush-green foliage. Tubular flowers form showy clustered sprays that neatly decorate the foliage throughout spring. They are best planted in flower beds and borders within cottage, informal and wildflower gardens.
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