CORYDALIS CANARY 19CM
‘Canary Feathers’ is a hybrid corydalis that features compound, feathery, blue-green leaves and flower spikes of tube-shaped canary yellow flowers (each to 3/4” long). It is a patented plant resulting from a planned cross between Corydalis moorcroftiana (seed parent) and Corydalis wilsonii (pollen parent). Flowers bloom from May to July. If foliage is cut back after bloom, a sparse rebloom later in the summer or early fall may occur. In cool summer climates, plants may bloom throughout the summer and into fall. ‘Canary Feathers’ typically grows in a mound to 7” tall and 10” wide, with flower spikes rising above the foliage to 9” tall.
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