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Hellebore x hybridus 'Mixed'Helleborus orientalis

Hardy Perennial

What is Hardy Perennial?
A plant that lives for more than two years.
Capable of withstanding outdoor winter temperatures down to -15C.

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Blooming in late winter and early spring they brighten up the garden

Flowers are in elegant shades of white, pink, red and purple

A stunning addition to shady borders and winter containers

Bare root hellebore plants despatched this winter and spring will not flower until next winter

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Height Up to 40cm (16in)
Spread Up to 40cm (16in)

Hardy Perennial

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Description
Hellebores are prized for their elegant, cup-shaped flowers in late winter and spring. Hellebore x hybridus ‘Mixed’ will bring some of the earliest blooms of the year to your beds, borders and containers. These versatile hardy perennials thrive in those tricky shaded corners, and create useful evergreen ground cover beneath deciduous trees and shrubs. Their colourful blooms provide a valuable source of early nectar for pollinating insects and make charming cut flowers for a vase indoors. Height and spread: 40cm (16").


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How to Grow
Plant hellebores in neutral or alkaline soil, in dappled shade. Hellebores prefer a moist, humus rich, fertile soil that does not dry out in summer or sit waterlogged in winter. When growing hellebores on heavy clay or free draining gravel soils, add plenty of well rotted leaf mould or other organic matter to the soil prior to planting.
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Mulch hellebore plants with well rotted manure or garden compost each spring. Hellebores resent disturbance after planting and may take some time to re-establish. However when clumps become overcrowded, lifting and dividing of hellebores should be undertaken immediately after flowering. Caution: Hellebore sap may irritate the skin and eyes, harmful if eaten.
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