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  • Writer's pictureTom moule

Plant of the week: Hellebore

Hellebore's are a great way to give your garden some extra colour as they flower from early Winter through to Spring.

Known commonly as the Christmas Rose, because of its flowering time, this perennial is often hardy and can withstand temperatures below -20! Coming in a range of colours, the large cup shaped flowers are paired with deep green, or in some cases, marbled leaves as seen in varieties such as Snow Fever. .

In most cases, Hellebores are evergreen and will grow to a maximum of 50cm in height and width.

For best results, plant in a partial shaded area which is moist but well drained as leaves can become scorched. To avoid drying out in Summer, add mulch to help retain moister.

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