Corydalis Pink

Corydalis Pink grows to about 40 cms in height. Deep pink flowers with a flash of white on the spurs. Ground cover. Some shade is best. Winter dormant.
SKU: PEREN-SHADE-CP
$9.00

Corydalis Pink grows to about 40 cms in height. Deep pink flowers with a flash of white on the spurs.  Ground cover. Some shade is best. Winter dormant.

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