Corydalis buschii

Quick Characteristics:

Flower Colors: pink
Life form: tuber

Corydalis buschii Nakai is a woodland species from eastern Asia (Russia, China, North Korea) where it grows in moist meadows and glades. It has stolon-like tubers and divided stem leaves with pointed leaflets and dense racemes of pinkish purple flowers. Photographs by John Lonsdale.

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