1 years to reach maturity
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Pale Corydalis Overview
Corydalis ochroleuca is a short-lived, herbaceous perennial species with a mound-forming habit. It produces clusters of pendant, creamy-white to pale yellow, tubular flowers with 4 petals and soft green-blue foliage. Leaves are pinnately divided into a delicate, lace-like arrangement and they are smooth in texture. It has been naturalised across Western Europe and this species originates from rocky woodland environments in Southern and Eastern Europe. This plant self-sows readily, this species is well placed in a mixed border or in a woodland garden setting. It grows best in fertile soil and may cope with full sunshine or partially shaded conditions.
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How to propagate Pale Corydalis
Divide offsets in spring.
Readily self-seeds, sow when fresh.
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Other uses of Pale Corydalis
Grown for the tubular, spurred, 2-lipped flowers or their fern like leaves.