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Soft, Fragrant Purple Flowers Over Lime-Yellow Foliage Corydalis anthriscifolia 'Berry Exciting' PP18917 EU25090 Brilliant yellow, fern-like leaves are streaked green and erupt in fragrant purple flowers. This wonderful mutation of C. 'Blackberry Wine' is one of the few Corydalis that does not go summer dormant. Its vigorous cascading habit makes it an excellent groundcover and looks great spilling out of baskets and over banks. We've seen it used as a different component plant and it's always a stunner in the spring garden! Takes heat and humidity! Z 5-9  š R 10/24/13 32 Corydalis anthriscifolia 'Blackberry Wine' This early-emerging beauty has blue-green, ferny leaves which provide a backdrop for hundreds of fragrant flowers the color of blackberry wine. It holds its slightly silvered foliage all spring, summer, and fall with a cascading habit, excellent in baskets or over walls. Takes heat and humidity! Cut back after bloom to freshen foliage. Z 5-9  š R 10/26/13 CORYDALIS ELATA Corydalis elata (Reeck) Perhaps the best Corydalis for the south. Fabulously fragrant cobalt blue flowers adorn the upright habit of this garden jewel. This selection does not go summer dormant. Flowers emerge in May and bloom through July. This superior selection does well in moist soils. Z 6-8  š R 16/12/18