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CORYDALIS A huge genus of with over 300 species that most taxonomists place in the Papaveraceae, some are bulbous, some are creeping woodlanders; the flower colors are intense, in virtually every visible wavelength and a few that only the Bumblebees can see. Most are easy to the point of being weedy, (they have explosively dehiscent seed that is intolerant of dry storage) although there are legendary rarities like Corydalis cashmiriana that border on the un-growable. The following offer offers but a glimpse of the wealth they have to offer.



Product Image Item Name- Price
Convallaria majalis 'Creme Da Mint'

Convallaria majalis 'Creme Da Mint'

A rather broad leaved edged form ,that Hans Hansen was kind enough to share with us. This is the best edged form we have seen.____ZONE 4 .
$19.00

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Convallaria majalis 'White Margin'

Convallaria majalis 'White Margin'

A decent variegated lily of the valley! Nice, narrow white edges to the leaves. In all other features form the intensely fragrant white flower to the sometimes overly aggressive spreading habit, the same as the regular species.
$19.00

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Convallaria majalis fl. pl.

Convallaria majalis fl. pl.

The double flowered version is much slower to multiply than the single forms.____ZONE 4
$15.00

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Convallaria majalis variegated (albostriata)

Convallaria majalis variegated (albostriata)

This is a streaky variegated version, variegation ranges from excellent to good, at that it is far better than most of the variegated forms I have seen.____ZONE 4
$19.00

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Convallaria majallis 'Golden Slipper'

Convallaria majallis 'Golden Slipper'

This may just be the variety that convinces me to plant lily-of-the-valley again... The normal sinfully fragrant white bell-shaped flowers in early spring, but the leaves are a brilliant shade of chartreuse that lights up a shade garden long after the flowers have faded. Like other lily-of-the-valley, can be an aggressive spreader.
$19.00

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Convallaria montana

Convallaria montana

The American version of Lily Of The Valley, this runs forming tufts a couple feet away from the parent plant but unlike the common version is not a nuisance, indeed in the wild, it is rather rare. Fred said he seldom encounters it while searching for trilliums.
$12.00

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Corydalis bulbosa

Corydalis bulbosa

At least we think its bulbosa; this is confused with cava, bulbous purple ephemeral.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Corydalis decepiens

Corydalis decepiens

A bulbous species; Zetterlund considers the name to be conspecific with C. solida ssp incisa, to add to the confusion there is a Dutch variety 'Decepiens', an improved early flowering purplish solida selection of obscure origin, ours are probably this one.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Corydalis ex 'Dufu Temple'

Corydalis ex 'Dufu Temple'

This came from a collection offered in the Scottish rock garden seed exchange. It is hardy here and has wonderful blue flowers in shades ranging from sky blue to purplish blue with sky blue forms predominate. It is very distinct and nothing like C. flexuosa Blue Panda. Our original three plants have multiplied, and multiplied, and multiplied, the most wonderful weed you could possibly have. It blooms from spring continuously until November. Seed explodes from Touch-Me-Not capsules at the slightest touch, making it lots of fun for kids but a bitch to collect; fortunately the ants will pick up the seeds and plant them for you. As far as we know all stock in the U.S. originated with us; recently plants have been offered as a cultivar of linstowiana, we don't know what they grow as linstowiana but Zetterlund sent us seed from Gothenburg. From Heinrich we presume it to be the real thing and it is definitely different from Dufu, so much so that we can hardly believe they belong to the same species. Unlike linstowiana, Dufu is semi-tuberous and very cold hardy and permanent. A plant that is sure to become a classic, and we predict will largely replace C. lutea in the landscape - by brute force if necessary. ____ZONE 4
$8.00

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Corydalis lutea

Corydalis lutea

We haven't offered this in a while, but it hitch hiked back into the garden on a Sinocalycanthus that Langhammer brought us, (be warned it is even more of a weed than Dufu) however it too blooms forever and is great from a landscape point of view. In any event, it is now loose in our Hosta garden and we have been potting up some of the excess, its just too pretty to throw on the compost pile.____ZONE 4
$8.00

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