How to use Hellebores in a sentence
Early flowering camellias and hellebores, coupled with the occasional snowdrop, make the new year seem more inviting.
If you want to grow hellebores from seed, they should be sown in July.
Pest & disease watch Hellebore leaf spot can be a problem on old foliage of hellebore leaf spot can be a problem on old foliage of hellebores.
We have planted a large woodland rockery around its base where the hellebores have run quite wild, " says the current owner.
In the woodland this gave Nick a large area for ferns, hellebores, woodland bulbs, camellia and more snowdrops.Advertisement
We have planted a large woodland rockery around its base where the hellebores have run quite wild, says the current owner.
The Hellebores, besides being excellent border flowers, are suited for naturalizing.
The Hellebores may be classed in three groups, according to the color of the flowers--white, red, or green, which last will get little place in the garden.
They are to the spring what Roses, Irises, and Lilies are to summer, what Sunflowers and Chrysanthemums are to autumn, and what Hellebores and Aconite are to winter.
Hellebores' popularity increases yearly, with more people embracing these miraculous perennials.Advertisement
Twenty species of hellebores provide gardeners with choices ranging from greenish-tinted flowers to yellows and pinks.
Hellebores are also called "Christmas Rose" because of legends associating this winter-bloomer with Christmas.
Hellebores are related to ranunculus, another flower that doesn't mind chilly weather.
But unlike ranunculus, hellebores bloom in the winter garden, often surprising gardeners with blossoms in January or February.
For more about this wonderful group of plants, visit Hellebores, a website created by a hellebore aficionado that includes a large gallery of photos, history, cultivation and propagation information and more.Advertisement
Helleborus or hellebores, are a flowering perennial that is prized for its evergreen foliage in addition to its blossoms.