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Wednesday, April 22, 2020

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Kris P

Lovely additions, one and all! I've always admired Erythronium and, yes, I even tried to grow it despite the fact that reference books informed me at the outset that I was probably doomed to failure. Ditto Corydalis, although I've managed to get that to bloom at least for a single season.

Lisa at Greenbow

I think they should do the trick. I have not heard of these corydalis. They are sweet.

Loree / danger garden

Oh yes! 'White Splendor' is truly lovely.

Beth @ PlantPostings

Oh, congratulations on your success with the trout lilies! I agree, they are very special! I think my garden (up on a hill) would be too dry for them, but I love them! Your new Corydalis varieties are beautiful, too.

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