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Re: H. foetiditus

Kitty wrote:
the Corydalis - I just looked it up and saw it is hard to Z5, may have to
try it.  One of our MG gardens asked for a particular blue, but it was a Z7
plant so I looked for a tougher blue.  I ordered one from Arrowhead called
'Dufu Temple' that sounded scrumptious.  It was a cross, but I don't recall
the parents.     The only C I've grown is C. lutea which seeds itself around
just enough so it's not a bother.  I wonder if C. flexulosa would volunteer.
There was grumpy chat on one list or another a year or two ago about the short-lived nature of C. Dufu Temple and also Blue Panda. Some could grow it,
but it immediately died for others. If it works for the MG crew, report back,
please ?
Jim Fisher
Vienna, Virginia USA
38.9 N 77.2 W
USDA Zone 7
Max. 105 F [40 C], Min. 5 F [-15 C]

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