Featured Plant


Helleborus orientalis is one of the few plants to flower in mid-Winter, providing large clusters of multi-hued flowers atop large, palmate evergreen leaves. They prefer semi-shaded areas, contrasting beautifully with both ferns and Hostas to create interest during bleak Winter months. Petal colors vary from shades of pink to blue and pale green. Helleborus argutifolius can reach 3 feet and produce massive clusters of large green-chartreuse flowers. Helleborus foetidus has smaller, dark green foliage with much smaller, cupped flowers of green, edged with a hint of red. All three types will spread slowly to form a natural garden with interest all-year long!


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