With one plant of corydalis lutea a stock can soon be obtained, as this variety seeds freely.
The hellgramite, the larva of the corydalis fly, in its native waters, is also successful for still-fishing.
Corydaline, kor′id-a-lin, n. an alkaloid obtained from the root of corydalis tuberosa.
Farther on are close green tufts of the corydalis, with its delicate lilac flowers.
The little geranium known as herb-robert is a neighbor of the corydalis, and, like it, stands the cold remarkably well.
corydalis in the garden seems so garden-bred that you almost forget the flower was ever wild.