Hellebore, Helleborus odorus, first flower of spring in the woods

By November 11, 2017Articles

Hellebore, Helleborus odorus, first flower of spring in the woods

By November 11, 2017Articles

Hellebore, Helleborus odorus, first flower of spring in the woods

By Teo Spengler Have you ever heard of Christmas roses or Lenten roses? These are two common names used for hellebore plants, evergreen perennials and garden favorites. Hellebores are often the first plants to flower in spring and can bloom into winter. If you are thinking about planting hellebores, you’ll want to know what you are getting into. Yes, you may have problems with hellebores, but they will be few and far between. And hellebore plant problems can usually be solved with a little attention and care. Read on for information on hellebore pests and diseases and tips on managing hellebore issues. Problems with Hellebores There is so much to love about hellebores. With shiny evergreen leaves and lovely, long-blooming flowers, hellebores thrive in shade and bloom when other plants snooze. This makes managing hellebore issues a priority. And hellebores are quite healthy and vigorous, not particularly susceptible to pests.

Hellebore, Helleborus odorus, first flower of spring in the woods

By Teo Spengler Have you ever heard of Christmas roses or Lenten roses? These are two common names used for hellebore plants, evergreen perennials and garden favorites. Hellebores are often the first plants to flower in spring and can bloom into winter. If you are thinking about planting hellebores, you’ll want to know what you are getting into. Yes, you may have problems with hellebores, but they will be few and far between. And hellebore plant problems can usually be solved with a little attention and care. Read on for information on hellebore pests and diseases and tips on managing hellebore issues. Problems with Hellebores There is so much to love about hellebores. With shiny evergreen leaves and lovely, long-blooming flowers, hellebores thrive in shade and bloom when other plants snooze. This makes managing hellebore issues a priority. And hellebores are quite healthy and vigorous, not particularly susceptible to pests.

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