Don’t you deserve a little extra color during the coldest months of the year? Hellebore is your answer. Also known as Lenten Rose, these beautiful treasures will bring you a bit of happiness in your landscape. Whether peeking out of the snow or located in a large pot by your doorway, you can count on Hellebore to fill the flower void. Cinnamon Snow is a particularly beautiful variety with it’s pink buds that will open up into large, creamy white flowers with the shades of rose and cinnamon. The color of these plants is affected by both temperature and the age of the flower itself, which means you can get quite a range of hues.
Not only do the flowers add a little color, but the stems and foliage are equally interesting with reddish stems and dark green leaves. These plants have a nice, compact growing habit to give your landscape a neat and tidy flowering option.
These beauties bloom from late winter to early spring and are moderate growers. They can reach heights between 15 to 18 inches and grow as wide as 20 to 24 inches. They are the perfect winter addiction to your landscape.
They prefer filtered sun, full shade, partial shade or partial sun locations to give you their best display.