- Flower nameYellow corydalis
- Scientific nameCorydalis lutea
- AliasFumitory, イエロー・コリダリス, Pseudofumaria lutea, Yellow corydalis
- Place of origin European Alps
- Place of floweringHigh mountain, Botanical Gardens, Overseas
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August, September, October
What is Yellow corydalis
Corydalis lutea, fumitory, or yellow corydalis (scientific name: Corydalis lutea) is native to the European Alps. It is a non-bulb evergreen perennial of the poppy family Papaveraceae. It produces yellow tubular flowers in spring to autumn with an racemes inflorescence.
Common name: Corydalis lutea, scientific name: Corydalis lutea, also known as Fumitory, Yellow corydalis, Place of origin: the European Alps, Plant height: 20 to 40 cm, Leaf shape: pinnate compound leaf, Leaf color: green, bisexual, inflorescence: racemes , Number of petals: 4. Flowering period: May-October. Flower tube length: 3 - 5 cm, number of stamens: 2, fruit type: capsule.