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  • Kulleva Kullervo

    Yellow Corydalis - longest bloomer in the shade garden. Clusters of yellow flowers from late spring all the way to frost. The gray-green leaves are attractive as well. The plant grows about 12 inches tall and is hardy in Zones 5-8. This plant can be a prolific self-seeder. Corydalis lutea is the easiest to grow and the longest blooming. White corydalis (Corydalis ochroleuca). Accent the plant's bright flowers against dark green hellebore or hosta foliage.

  • Sandy Alto

    Yellow Corydalis lutea This hard-working perennial plant that grows in shade takes the prize for being the longest bloomer in the sheltered garden. Enjoy its clusters of yellow flowers from late spring all the way to frost. It's not just the flowers that are beautiful; the gray-green leaves of these shade plants are attractive as well. The plant grows about 12 inches tall and is hardy in Zones 5-8. Can be a prolific self-seeder. Corydalis lutea is the easiest to grow and the longest blooming.

  • Marcy Schuermann

    SHADE FLOWERS shade perennial flowers late spring to frost. gray-green leaves are attractive. "'corydalis lutea" grows 12 inches tall. prolific self-feeder. plant with dark green hellebore or hosta.

  • J. P.

    Corydalis--part shade, deer resistant

  • Stephanie Beard

    Yellow Corydalis shade perennial - longest bloomer in the sheltered garden. clusters of yellow flowers from late spring to frost. gray-green leaves. 12-in tall, Zones 5-8. Test Tip: prolific self-seeder. Top picks: Corydalis lutea grow easiest to grow & longest blooming. White corydalis (Corydalis ochroleuca) flower extended Plant it with: dark green hellebore or hosta foliage.

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