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I debated on ordering seed for that Bessaya this fall. It got put on my next year list since I was focusing on other types of plants this year. This is the best picture I've seen of it yet. How many years does it take before it blooms? Great pictures as always.
The flower color change on that Aethionema is delightful! It looks like it has thick portulaca-like leaves too.
My Corydalis solida stay so small, about 4 inches. But (I assume) it's because they grow in a place that gets very dry and warm in the summer-the south side of my house. Still, they are so cute since they only have 2 or 3 leaves, and half of their height is the flowers.
I'm definitly going to have to try some of those Corydalis. I grow the rather common C. aurea which can be a bit of a thug. These are much more refined and elegant. The Erythronium is lovely. I've got seed for E. grandiflorum in the fridge right now. The purlpe/lavendar of E. japonicum would look very nice with the yellow of E. grandiflorum. I wonder if they have the same cultural requirements.