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Corydalis x ‘Blackberry Wine’   

Delicate looking, blue-green, fern-like leaves provide a great backdrop for a profusion of small, fragrant, deep wine-purple tubular flowers. Blooms in spring with some repeat bloom thereafter. Grows 10-12” tall. 

    Common Name:Rock Harlequin
    Hardiness Zones:4-8
    Deer Resistant:No
Growing Tips: Plant in well drained, gritty, lime-enriched (alkaline) soil.

About Corydalis: Corydalis is often confused with bleeding heart, due to its delicate, fern-like foliage. The small, long, tubular, often fragrant flowers come in many shades. Makes a nice addition to the shade garden, preferring filtered shade.