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Bulbous Corydalis (C. cava) - Stock Image

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Description

Short erect perennial with a hollow tuberous rootstock; stem without a scale near the base. Leaves 2-ternate, often greyish. Flowers purplish or white, 18-30mm, spur long, down-curved; bracts scale like, undivided. Fruit 20-25mm, pendent when ripe.
Habitat: Woods, hedgerows and cultivated land.
Flowering Season: April-May.
Distribution: France and Germany, north to South Sweden; naturalized in Britain and Belgium. Cultivated in gardens, including forms with white flowers. Often confused with C. solida but distinguished by the absence of a bract-like scale at the base of the stem and by the undivided bracts!

In the Netherlands regularly to find in Gardens and Parks.

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