Corydalis Calycosa - Bare Root Perennial x1

£5.99 each

  • Good in pots and containers
  • Will flower well in full sun
  • Hardy Perennial - sow indoors or on a seedbed (April-June); transplant later to flower for many seasons
  • Attracts Bees
  • True-blue flowers every year
  • Happy in dappled or deep shade
  • Enjoy a wave of rare sky-blue tubular flowers 

Take advantage of the rare sky-blue flowers of Corydalis calycosa; a cottage-garden fumitory that is most happy in awkward dry shady spots where other flowers are absent. It’s not often you come across lovely sky-blue flowers so maximise on this rare perennial.

Happy in patio or balcony containers too fumitory Corydalis calycosa brings your outdoor space to life even if you don’t have a lawn and surrounding beds. The flowers work particularly well with other alpine and rock garden flowers like pasque flowers Pulsatilla, wood anenomes, erythroniums and wild dwarf tulips.

Useful tips:

We recommend that you partner your Corydalis calycosa with the interesting trailing leaves of helichrysum or creeping Jenny if growing in containers. All these varieties appreciate dappled shade.

Plant in a well-aired compost. John Innes No2 or a potting compost are suitable media for these beautiful flowers.

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Catalogue Number 5130-1343
  • Quantity 1x Bare Root Perennial Plant
  • Height Up To: 30cm / 12in

Delivery: Early January to Late March

£5.99 each
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