Corydalis decipiens

Corydalis decipiens Schott , Nyman & Kotschy is a name that was published in 1854 used to describe a form that grows to 25 cm in height that has grey-green, divided leaves and erect racemes of two-lipped purple flowers in spring. The Plant List has listed it as a synonym of Corydalis pumila but you can find other references on the web that describe it as related to or a synonym of Corydalis solida. Photographs by John Lonsdale.

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