Scrambled Eggs

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Corydalis curvisiliqua, also known as curvepod fumewort, large-bracted corydalis, or scrambled eggs, is a North American native wildflower that is found in a variety of habitats, including prairies, plains, foothills, mesas, and open woodlands. It is a winter annual or biennial plant, meaning that it germinates in the fall and flowers in the spring.

Corydalis curvisiliqua is a small plant, typically growing to be 6-16 inches tall. It has erect stems with compound leaves that are divided into many leaflets. The flowers are pale yellow and about 1 inch long. They are arranged in racemes on the upper part of the stem. One of the petals has a short, straight, saclike spur at the base. They are a popular wildflower for gardens because of its bright yellow flowers and its tolerance of dry conditions. It is also a good choice for pollinator gardens, as it attracts bees and butterflies.

Corydalis curvisiliqua is native to the following states in the United States:Alabama

    • Arkansas
    • Arizona
    • Colorado
    • Georgia
    • Illinois
    • Indiana
    • Iowa
    • Kansas
    • Kentucky
    • Louisiana
    • Maryland
    • Minnesota
    • Mississippi
    • Missouri
    • Montana
    • Nebraska
    • New Mexico
    • North Carolina
    • North Dakota
    • Oklahoma
    • Ohio
    • Pennsylvania
    • South Carolina
    • South Dakota
    • Tennessee
    • Texas
    • Utah
    • Virginia
    • West Virginia
    • Wisconsin
    • Wyoming
Scrambled Eggs



I love Native Sunflowers in my home garden and landscape.

Mary Hoggins
Tyler, Texas

Last year in the Fall, I collected a lot of seeds I planted this year.

Roger Holmes
Dallas, Texas

They really added a big splash of color to the front of my house garden bed. Love them!

Audrey Long
Mobile, Alabama

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