Hellebores

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Helleborus orientalis/Lenten Rose  is coming alive from  warm leafy winter beds .

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About mothernaturesgarden

Gardening in Tennessee Zone 6 at an average of 744.65' above sea level.
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9 Responses to Hellebores

  1. Beautiful!

    I will soon have grown enough shade here that I can begin planting hellebores.

    Cameron

    Hi, Cameron,
    I can remember when I could only plant sun loving plants and longed for a little shade. Now, I can hardly find a sunny spot. You will love your adventure with hellebores.
    Donna

  2. Sheila says:

    I also wrote about my hellebores this week! Mine aren’t blooming yet, but soon I hope!

  3. mothernaturesgarden says:

    Another great feature of hellebores is the flowers will still be there in June expelling seeds as they ripen.

  4. These are lovely shots of the Helleborus. The buds look so pretty, even before they open. I especially like the fresh green leaves rising up, through the fall leaves. I did get that spring feeling when looking at these.

  5. Jen says:

    Your photos are stunning, and what lovely hellebores. One of my favorite first signs of spring.

    Jen

  6. Gail says:

    Hi Donna, As soon as it stops raining I need to see if have some bloom on the lenton rose! Very nice photos, gail

  7. mothernaturesgarden says:

    Betsy,
    Did you catch the Friday night seafood buffet? They have huge boiled shrimp. Hubby likes to go there.
    Donna

  8. Betsy says:

    Beautiful Donna… Some of our Daffodils are starting to sprout.. Poor things.. It’s supposed to get BITTER cold next week (arctic front coming). Yipes!!!!

    We went to Mont. Bell one time.. Beautiful area. We ate at the restaurant there. George’s elderly parents live in Hendersonville–not too far from you.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

  9. tina says:

    Yours a bit a head of mine-but they too are coming. Such a lovely plant.

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