Pale Corydalis

Corydalis sempervirens

Corydale toujours-verte

An attractive biennial native for rocky, shallow-soil sites and cooler climates. Easy to start from seed, it has light to dark pink tubular flowers with yellow tips and greenish-blue leaves. Being a biennial, it will have basal rosettes at ground-level the first year and flowering plants the 2nd year. It could fill in any bare…

Pale Corydalis grows from a succulent root system .


Its natural habitat is, Dry rocky deciduous woods, Borders.


Companion plant suggestions include Raspberry Splash and Purple Candles

It is happiest in Best in moist, well-drained soils that are alkaline.

In terms of water, Pale Corydalis needs Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater