Rock-harlequin or pale corydalis is a delicate, lacy, 1-2 ft. biennial with compound leaves divided into many lobes. During its first summer the only foliage is a basal rosette, but in its second year the plant sends up many branched stems, each tipped with bunches of pink and yellow, uniquely tubular flowers. Drooping, sac-like, tubular, pink and yellow flowers in clusters at ends of branched stems bearing intricately divided leaves.
|Height||12 to 36 inches|
|Light Requirements||Part Shade|
|Bloom time||Late Spring/Early Summer Mid Summer Late Summer/Early Fall Mid Fall|
|Zone||6 to 9|
Pale corydalis can become weedy
can grow any where in U.S
All info from Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center