|Growing in seacoasts or
lowland grasslands, Corydalis heterocarpa branches at the
bases, stems are thick, and tinges red. Leaves are in an overall
oval-like triangular shape, 10-25cm in length, of bi- to tri-ternate
compound leaf; leaflets deeply cut in, with margins dented. The stem
tips emerge racemose inflorescences and set many flowers in them;
corollas are yellow, 1.5-2cm in length. Capusels form strings of
narrow and fat portions in single rows, keeping 6-12 seeds in them.
Bloom time: March-June.