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Plant ID - Corydalis solida, aka fumewort

 
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Hi,

These cute flowers have appeared in abunbdance under my yard's linden and maple trees. I haven't seen them anywhere else on my land, and I'm sure no one has planted them. These are very cute, attracting bees already. Anyone knows their name please?
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Ok, I hopefully found it - it is Corydalis solida, aka fumewort.
 
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