Corydalis solida - which end up?

Mark Wilcox
Sun, 31 Aug 2003 11:14:46 PDT
To anyone reading John's post and saying "Oh, no!":

This means I planted mine upside down a couple of years ago.  They still
emerged and bloomed just fine - in spite of me!

	Mark Wilcox

On Sun, 31 Aug 2003 06:50:53 -0400, John Lonsdale wrote:

>The flat end goes up.  Solida section Corydalis always initiate a growth
>point around this time of year and it will make a few millimeters growth
>then stop there until it really starts extending in early spring.  Number of
>growth points = number of shoots = number of new bulbs if all goes well with
>next seasons growth - they renew annually.  The pointy bit is where the
>roots come from, although it may not look like it!

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