Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
Commonly known as the holly-leaved Hellebore due to the spiny toothed deep green foliage, which is similar to holly. Nodding, cup-shaped flowers appear green/yellow during late winter and early spring
Commonly known as the Stinking Hellebore, purple-edged, green nodding cup shaped flowers appear in early spring, above the dark green, divided, evergreen foliage.
New for 2018, this elegant Hellebore draws the eye with its large deceptively simple cup-shaped pure white flowers, each petal finely edged with blackberry red and flushed fresh green at its base.
A striking new Hellebore introduction with blackberry-coloured single flowers and contrasting yellow stamens that gently nod above dark red stems and glossy green foliage
'Spring Velvet's' blooms are simply exquisite with an outer ring of wine red speckled soft pink petals framing an elaborate inner ruff of smaller petals and crown of yellow stamens.
Bred by David Tristram of Walberton's Nursery, this is a relatively new hybrid cross of H. niger and H. x hybridus. H.'Walberton's Rosemary' is a sterile Hellebore producing masses of flower
Erect stems stand above the green-grey foliage, bearing large outward facing, saucer-like white blooms which age to pink and then green. Flowering from late winter into spring this evergreen Hellebore
This hybrid Hellebore came about as a result of a cross between Helleborus argutifolius and Helleborus lividus. It has attractive blue/green slightly serrated, evergreen foliage with delicate silver..