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Friday, April 15, 2016

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Lisa at Greenbow

You have quite the collection of hellebores. Nice.

Kristin

We love hellebores, though we only have three. But two of them have been producing offspring for years and one of those finally bloomed this year!!

Susie

These are all lovely. 'Mardi Gras Black' is a stand-out. Hellebores are amazing for being able to tolerate such unfriendly weather.

Linda from Each Little World

Kristin — ​I've got baby seedlings but years away from flowering as you say.

Linda from Each Little World

Lisa — You know how it is; when something does well you tend to plant more and more of them!

Loree / danger garden

Hellebore heaven indeed! You've got quite the beautiful collection.

Beth @ PlantPostings

A lovely collection of Hellebores, Linda. I cover mine whenever the temps go below the high 20s or heavy snow/ice is in the forecast--probably not necessary, but I can't bear the thought of losing them. Of course, I only have three plants, so it's not difficult. The only other things I covered during the "cold after the warm" weather was the Rhubarb. Some of the Bleeding Hearts look frazzled, but I couldn't cover them all. Oh well, time for "real" spring now...

Les

What a nice collection you have. I am especially smitten with Onyx Odyssey.

Linda from Each Little World

Beth — I think the size of our gardens really is what determines how much we can protect from the weather. I only do a few special things any more.

Liz

Wow, those are gorgeous! I have one plant--this is the first year it has bloomed and I am smitten!! I want ALL the hellebores!

Linnae

Your hellebores are so beautiful! I have yet to plant one, but posts like these convince me that this is the year!

Linda from Each Little World

​Linnae — You won't regret planting Hellebores. Mine seem able to take any weather and have had no pests in almost ten years of growing them. Also rabbits don't bother them!

Cindy at enclos*ure

That last photo is really nice!

Linda from Each Little World

Cindy — That's because Mark took all the photos, most of them on his knees and a few totally stretched out on the ground.

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