Corydalis solida 'Beth Evans'
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27th March 2010
A very pretty pale pink flowered form of the species. For a long time it was distributed as 'George Baker'
and caused much confusion with that cultivar until a new name was coined for it.
It grows well in a pot, though it is difficult to keep it cool and moist when dormant, but it dies out
in the ground when I plant it.
22nd March 2018
I have had more success growing it in a raised bed in full sun. It produces a bold splash of colour in early spring.
3rd February 2020
I thought that it had died out in the woodland but an occasional flower demonstrates its remarkable survival. Growth has been slow but I hope it may
continue to grow slowly.