Corydalis speciosa is
a biennial herb, hairless, occurring in grasslands in hilly
districts. With ridges, stems branch at lower parts and grow to
20-50cm in height. Leaves are alternate, in the shape of an
oblong-ovate, tri- to tetra-pinnate compound leaf with incisions on
margins. Flowers measure about 2cm long and tubular, with spurs.
Capsules are 2.3.5cm in length, rosary-like. Bloom time: May-June.