We have several varieties of Hellebores or Helleborus at Zenith Holland that we either grow ourselves or bring in from various other reputable growers. These evergreen perennials are winter -early spring bloomers which can be important pollinators while adding long-lasting visual appeal. Hellebores do well in containers, beds and borders and in combination with bulbs, ferns and shrubs.
January thru mid-February 15" tall stalks of out-facing pink flowers appear, lighter toward the center and each beautifully accented by a large central cluster of yellow stamens.
Hardy in Zones: 5 to 8 preferring Part Sun to Light Shade.
It forms a low mound of leathery, evergreen, dark green leaves with pink buds appear in early spring opening to large, outfacing, creamy-white flowers that are streaked rose and cinnamon. Petals are dark cinnamon rose on the reverse. Hardy in Zones: 5 to 8 preferring Part Sun to Light Shade.
Prefers humus-rich, well-drained soil. Once established, water only in the hottest weather. Apply organic Fertilizer in early spring. Bloom Time Winter. Exposure Full Sun to Part Shade. Height 13-24" Spread 24". Hardy in Zones: 5 to 8.
Plant in moist, well-drained soil and is drought tolerant once established. Bloom Time Winter- Spring. Deer Resistant. Exposure Part to Full Shade Height 12-18" Spread 24".
Hardy in Zones: 5 to 8.
Mulch to maintain summer moisture. Drought Resistant once established. Pollinator Friendly, Deer Resistant. Exposure Part to Full Shade. Grows to Height 9-12" Spread 13". Hardy in Zones: 5 to 8.
This striking plant is easy to grow and is drought tolerant once established. The unpleasant odor of the crushed leaves will explain their other common name, “stinking hellebore”. They have a clumping habit with a mature size of about 1 - 3 ft. tall and wide. Exposure Part to Full Shade. Hardy in Zones: 5 to 8.