Corydalis wendelboi

Corydalis wendelboi Lidén grows on stony hillsides from 700 to 2000 m (2300 to 6560 ft) elevation in Western Anatolia, Turkey. It flowers in May and June. It has grey-green, deeply lobed leaves and pale purple flowers with the inner tepals tipped deep purple. Some advise to grow it in a bulb frame or alpine house, but Tebbitt, et.al. write that it is suitable for the rock garden as well. Photos from John Lonsdale.

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