Corydalis cava (bulbosa) (Holewort) - Stinzenplant

€4,50  (5 bulbs)
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Holewort or Hollow leek (Corydalis cava) is a beautiful, old stinzenplant. Holewort often gets mixed up with Fumewort (Corydalis solida). However the differences are pretty clear when you know what to look for: Holewort is rather larger and its bulb is, as the name suggests, hollow. The flowers of Corydalis cava are lilac to white. This plant self seeds readily. Holewort is ideal for a sunny stinzen-meadow.

The root stock of Holewort is prone to drying out: we therefore pack them in a perforated bag with soil. Please plant them as quickly as possible. However, if neccessary they can be stored for a short while in the fridge (frost free!).
Flowers: April
Colour: pink or white
Height: 35 cm
Aspect: no preference
Soil type: no preferences
Planting period: autumn and spring
Planting depth: three times the diameter of the corm
Type: bulb for naturalising, stinzenplant
Origin: southern Europe
Bulb size: largest bulb size available
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