Easy to grow, perennial hellebores are excellent for bringing early spring colour to a border. Hellebores are non-fussy plants and will grow in a sunny border as well as shade or dappled shade under trees.
As one of the first plants in the garden to start flowering, they are a very welcome sight after winter. They also make great planting partners for spring bedding and bulbs, too, such as Daffodils and purple Anemones.
Large, cup-shaped, nodding white flowers with red spots and yellow anthers. The leaves are an attractive palmate shape, thick and deep green.
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How to Guide
Hardening Off/Planting Out
Plants are ready to plant out on arrival or grow on in 9cm pots for a week or two.