Plant Search » Papaveraceae (The Poppy Family)
Chelidonium hylomeconoides is an easy-to-grow Asian forest floor species with bright golden yellow flowers that will bloom constantly from spring to fall.
Corydalis cheilanthifolia has amazing fern-like foliage emerging bronzy-orange topped with yellow flowers in late spring.
'Blue Heron' is a true blue, fragrant Corydalis with finely textured foliage.
Corydalis elata is taller, later blooming, fragrant, and does not go dormant in summer.
Dainty sky blue flowers over delicate mats of dissected flowers.
Numerous lovely, fragrant, gentian blue flowers top the delicate, dissected foliage in spring.
Corydalis flexuosa Hillier 'Porcelain Blue' produces clusters of fragrant, glowing blue flowers atop finely textured foliage.
Bronze-green foliage with red highlights and stems and large blue to purple-blue flowers.
Corydalis flexuosa 'Royal Purple' has red-marked leaves and sky blue and light purple, fragrant flowers.
Corydalis lutea has clusters of bright yellow, spurred flowers that bloom above blue-green foliage for months on end.
Corydalis ochroleuca is smothered in fragrant, creamy white, tubular flowers with yellow at the centres for months.
Corydalis quantmeyerana 'Chocolate Star' has reddish chocolate-brown foliage three seasons of the year with great lavender flowers in spring.
Corydalis solida 'Beth Evans' is an exquisite spring ephemeral with masses of pink tubular flowers. Choice.
Corydalis solida 'Firebird' is the best red Corydalis, producing sweetly fragrant flowers above finely dissected, fern-like foliage.
Corydalis 'G.P. Baker' has amazing near-red flowers atop delicate bluish-green foliage in spring.
Corydalis solida 'Purple Bird' has warm purple flowers atop delicate bluish-green foliage in spring.
Corydalis solida 'White Knight' is an exquisite spring ephemeral with masses of pure white tubular flowers. Choice.
Corydalis Blue Line 'Couriblue' produces clusters of glowing blue, honey-scented flowers on cinnamon stems atop finely textured, blue-green leaves.
Dicentra cucullaria is an ephemeral species with unusually shaped blooms that are long, waxy, and white with yellow tips.
The Pacific or western bleeding heart (Dicentra formosa) is a lovely shade with fern-like foliage and pendulous pink flowers.
Dicentra spectabilis is the classic bleeding heart. Pink petals over white inner ones forming pendulous hearts that hang from arching stems.