Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Corydalis Whatchamacallit

Corydalis schanginii ssp. ainae is certainly a mouthful for a small plant; it hails from southern Russia to Kazakhstan, with gray-green finely cut foliage and tubular yellow flowers with a purple nose and a long, pinkish-white spur. Very, very interesting...
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Is this a relative of UBOUGHTWHAT?
They really are unique -- and so was your title! :)
Wanda... it does sound like it!
Nancy... I hear it's also called "canary feathers".
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