My first Hellebore to bloom this winter.


Hellebores, great for the winter garden

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  • Karen M
    on Jan 15, 2012

    this is a flower i always talk about planting but never do! Thanks for reminding me how pretty they are!!

  • Ricardo B
    on Jan 15, 2012

    Was given a few healthy ones that I gleaned from a friend who separated hers from her healthy plantings. I let them grow for a few seasons and then in the fall, I separated some healthy rootings and replanted them in various places. Thought I'd lost most of them to the crazy weather we've had this fall and winter. Well, of all things... I've got green all over the majority, but no flowers. Waiting with anticipation for mine to bloom...

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