Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
The cup-shaped flowers are simply exquisite, each petal is white with a magenta edge that bleeds into the main part as if dipped in ink, all over marbled glossy foliage.
Quite simply stunning, no if's no but's. Large single deep purplish-red flowers with palest lime green stamens are held on dark red stems above delicately marbled evergreen foliage
Well named for its white flowers blushed lime green that will brighten any shadier part of the garden and are often the last flowers to be seen as dusk falls in the late winter and early spring
Even on the bleakest midwinter day 'Mont Blanc' helps to brighten the mood and light up the gloomiest of gardens. Easy to grow and early to flower
Simple elegant Hellebore blooms in a range of soft pastel shades from palest pink to cream and apricot, sometimes deeply freckled, other times gently blushed deep pink or green
'Magic Aubergine' is a striking recent introduction offering blooms in a range of dusky shades from merlot to claret and plum, its petals neatly outlined in white contrasting with bold yellow centres
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
'Tom' is distinguished by the larger size of its individual deep dusky pink flowers flushed with pale green and set off by vivid lime stamens that open in midwinter from pink buds.