Common Name: Yellow Corydalis (Yellow Fumitory, Rock Fumewort)
Latin Name:Corydalis spp
Family Name: Fumariaceae, Papaveraceae
This plant is said to be toxic to horses and handling it might cause skin irritation or an allergic reaction, so although it has not been tested on Chelonia, it is best avoided. The flowers are usually yellow, but can sometimes be found in white.
Sometimes this wild flower is cultivated and grown as a garden plant.
The flower colour is usually yellow, but can be white.