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Jeanann Foster

I want! Have you grown it for some time? I've only tried it once and really didn't situate it well cause it didn't survive.


I have had the one here for 4 years and it's such a happy surprise to see it return. Also had it in the raised bed by the shed at Windy Hill. Judy Springer grows it in Staunton and she's had it for many years. So plant again.

 Mrs.Ellen Cook

A friend of mine in Holland has requested me to find some bulbs in England as she can’t locate those in Holland.
How am I best to go about ordering and buying those for her? Or could they be sent direct romper home in Holland.
She asked for the “George Baker” variety.
Thank you for coming back to me with the best way to go about this.
Thanking you in advance.
Ellen Cook

Karen A Rexrode

Corydalis solida 'George Baker' is a tuber so availability is only in the fall. I have grown the straight species and C. 'George Baker' and there is very little difference. You should not have a hard time finding Corydalis solida this time of year. Try local nurseries that carry bulbs or an online bulb source.

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