Flowers throughout the darkest months of winter (Dec-Mar). Ht. 30-40cm. Though evergreen, the leaves tend to die back after flowering in the first year after planted. First grade loose rooted plants supplied.
Planting Plant with soil firmly surrounding the roots.
Plant in half-shade
Plant in full sun
Suitable for containers
Remove damaged foliage is required.
Flowering Time (December-March)
Planting & Growing Instructions
Upon arrival plant out straight away in fertile, well drained and moist soil. You can plant them at 45cm apart, in either full sun or in partial shade. If potting up, use John Innes Compost.
They can be grown in groups to help create a very effective cluster of winter flowering plants. Once planted they should not be disturbed. Although Helleborus are evergreen they often loose their foliage in the first year.
Season Of Interest
Delivery within 28 days
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