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Corydalis Beth Evans

Corydalis Beth Evans (Corydalis 'Beth Evans')

this just gets better year on year, this is its 3rd yr for me now.

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Hi Sbg, which cultivation group is this 1 in ?, it's obviously hardy, but whenever I've tried them, I lose them, must be getting the wrong species, this is a very nice 1, Derek.

14 Mar, 2014


oh I've no idea Derek. It is a solida variant I think. I just put it in semi shade good drainage and left it alone.

BJS will probably have a better idea as he grows quite a few of these beauties.

14 Mar, 2014


if I may intrude these are C. Solida group and have corms, growth disappears soon after flowering.
A totally different type of which Flexuosa forms are most often seen in shades of blue have a soft rootstock that are beloved of slugs in many gardens, maybe that's what you had.

14 Mar, 2014


Hi Bjs, I think you could be right, certainly sounds like the ones I had, had being the operative word, thanks for the info, Derek.

14 Mar, 2014


I thought it was a solida, thanks for confirming it Brian.

14 Mar, 2014


Is that a bluebell in it? So early on?

14 Mar, 2014


no its a Scilla lingulata, probably early as I got it for the AGS at Caerleon in Feb

15 Mar, 2014

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