CORYDALIS SOLIDA ‘GEORGE BAKER’ SEEDS – Plant World Seeds. This rare and extremely beautiful, clump-forming herbaceous alpine has a hardy tuberous root, and grey-green, divided, fern-like foliage. Heavy sprays of tubular, deep brick-red flowers are borne in upright racemes in March and April.
There are other corydalis species you might know and grow, most of which are long-blooming perennials, not early spring bulbs, such as yellow corydalis (C. lutea), pale corydalis (C. ochroleuca), both of which have, by the way, been moved to the new genus Pseudofumara,
Corydalis solida, ‘George Baker’ Bird in a Bush, Spring Fumewort, Fumitory, Fumewort This is a superb plant, a relatively rare tuberous form with attractive grey-green, deeply dissected foliage.
Gail D. Harper (1974-2016) – Preceded in death by: maternal grandfather, Fred George Baker; paternal grandparents, Loren Charles Baldwin Sr. and Fern Eliza Baldwin; and paternal great-grandmother, Emma Florence Plant. Services: 1.
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The most wonderful result of my new relaxed approach came from Corydalis solida, a plant with no real common name. It is a bulbous corydalis, which comes up very early in spring and dies back shortly after flowering.
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Corydalis solida ‘George Baker’ (Fumewort) Award-winning Corydalis solida ‘George Baker’ (Fumewort) is a tuberous herbaceous perennial with showy spikes of up to 20 glowing brick-red, tubular flowers in mid to late spring. They rise well above the handsome, fern-like foliage of.