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keep the color coming

Hellebore flowering is a progression. Early on, colorful buds appear, followed by open flowers that age gracefully. By planting different varieties with overlapping bloom times, you can have color from November through

March. Jacob and Cinnamon

Snow are particularly good for indoor use and then moving to a garden setting.

Josef Lemper and Pink Frost

are best used in the garden.

Helleborus Gold Collection®

season starters for garden center retailers and consumers, blooming from winter to early spring. Follow these tips to bring magical new life to winter with Hellebores.

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perfect for the holidays

Hellebores make great holiday plants and gifts. Long blooming, with plenty of buds and blossoms, they show remarkable natural beauty and are the perfect centerpiece plant in a pot. Use them to brighten indoor décor. Celebrate winter in elegance by pairing Hellebores with other

fl owers in wicker baskets. Display them with holiday candles, holly or a bow to add a touch of warmth to your home.

shines for the holidays and beyond

ellebores are versatile beauties and reliable winter favorites. That’s when they truly strut their stuff, making them the perfect indoor or outdoor plant for the holidays. But they are also excellent

plant outside

After enjoying Hellebores indoors for a few weeks, plant

them outdoors as a long-lived perennial. They are no-fuss, reliable additions to any garden or landscape, and provide two to four months of vibrant color. Try them as deer- resistant ground cover or as perennials in shady borders. Hellebores also are great on the patio in containers. The

bright and dramatic colors are perfect as a centerpiece plant and pair well with viola, vinca, heuchera and pansies.

excellent season starters

In fl ower from November through the early spring,

Hellebores truly are the gift that keeps on giving. Outdoors they provide color when almost nothing else can. Accented by the earliest blooming bulbs, the display in your garden can be lively and cheerful—a herald of the coming of spring.

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