What is Corydalis incisa
Corydalis incisa is a grass of the bleeding hearts of the corydalis genus ,of the Papaveraceae department native to China, Taiwan and Japan. It is a common Wildflower has grown slightly damp grassland, fields and path. Stems upright in green and has pentagonal cross section. As evergreen foliage is two or three times pinnate, finely torn and green leaves are seen even in the winter. Spring pink small tube-shaped flowers bloom. Overlapping florets each floret number comes from one of the shifts little by little, and blooms. Florets are tubular flowers deflates reddish-purple morning glory, was smaller in the tip has a deep red color.Unfortunately the whole plant is poisonous plants.
Common name: Corydalis incisa , scientific name:cordalis incisa , also known as: yabu keman ,origin: Japan, China, Taiwan, Height: 30-50 cm, leaf quality: thin, soft gloss without the leaf: 2.3 times 3 biplane, serrated: with flower: purplish-red and white (rarely), flower diameter:0.5C, Star: tubular flowers, barrel length: 2 cm, flowering time: April-June