HEAV­ENLY HELLE­BORUS

In­cludes the rare and highly sought-af­ter Dou­ble Black

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CLUS­TERS OF FULL BLOOMS UP TO THREE INCHES ACROSS

will glis­ten in the win­ter sun­shine, danc­ing in the breeze above a col­lar of ever­green glossy fo­liage. In me­dieval times Helle­borus were said to be good for break­ing bad spells and curses so were of­ten planted next to the front door, to­day they are known for their un­sur­passed win­ter beauty and a plant lover’s dream to add cheer through­out the win­ter. This rare col­lec­tion of beau­ti­ful va­ri­eties defy na­ture by sur­viv­ing the cold­est win­ters and also grow ex­tremely well in dif­fi­cult ar­eas of the gar­den in­clud­ing plant­ing along­side trees and shrubs. Deer and rab­bit re­sis­tant. Easy to grow and main­tain in dap­pled shade with moist but well-drained soil. Grow­ing to a height of 35cm (14") mak­ing them per­fect for flower beds or con­tain­ers. Fully hardy peren­ni­als. Your or­der will be con­firmed along with a copy of our lat­est cat­a­logue and your young plants will be de­liv­ered with our no quib­ble guar­an­tee within 14 days.

Dou­ble Black

Anemone Cen­tre Yel­low

Clear White Anemone Bur­gundy Blotch

Sin­gle Pink Blotch

Sin­gle White Blotch

White Red Star

Dou­ble Green PI­co­tee

Dou­ble Ellen Pink

Anemone Cen­tre Pink

Gold Red Star

Dou­ble White Pi­co­tee

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