Hellebores are zone 4 hardies, perennial, available in a range of hues They often have lots of petals on their pretty blooms, and they even grow at times that are usually before and after other flowers have given up the ghost or are yet to put out a shoot. All of these factors make Hellebore a great garden addition.
There are different types of Hellebore, known for their varying colors and sizes. Corsicans are on the small side and light green. Ivory Prince, as the name implies, has ivory blooms with blue green foliage. Other variants, like Cherry blossom, have blush middles, surrounded by pink and white petals. Yellow Sunrise has yellow blossoms, while Black Diamond has deep burgundy flowers that appear almost ebony. There are other beautiful variants. Try them all for a wow of a garden.
- Hellebore is a resilient perennial flower that can flourish in a range of environments and is highly resistant to deer and other pests.
- Winter Jewel Hellebores come in the widest variety of color variations, ranging from white, white-and-pink, deep purple and yellow.
- Fragrant Hellebores have bright yellow or lime-green flowers and a sweet, delightful aroma.
“Hellebore varieties are numerous and include a range of colors and even double petals.”
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