Pseudofumaria lutea


Common Names: Yellow corydalis, rock fumewort
Category: Plants
Sub-category: Poppy family

Syn. Corydalis lutea. Yellow corydalis grows to 30 to 38 cm tall. Leaves are finely divided and yellow-green to gray-green, often remaining over winter. Flowers are 2 cm long, borne in racemes on short, branched, leafy stems from late spring to autumn. They have 4 petals, the top and bottom ones crested, the top one with a short, rounded spur curved downwards, the 2 inner ones connected at the tip. Seeds, dark brown with white elaiosomes, are held in oval, flat pods. Plants self-seed abundantly.

In Connecticut it is most commonly found in flower gardens.

Primary Flower Color: Yellow
Secondary Flower Color: Yellow
 
Edible Notes: No available information on edibility.
Warnings: Not known to be dangerous.
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