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Fully to half hardy perennials, some of which are evergreen, grown for their winter and spring flowers. Most deciduous species retain their leaves over winter, which should be cut off in early spring as flower buds develop. Excellant in woodlands, otherwise best in semi-shade and well-drained, moisture retentive soil.

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    Helleborus x hybridus Harvington Shades of the Night (Hellebore)
    • Usually Flowers : February, March, April
    • Evergreen
    Leathery, dark green leaves and stems of large, pendent, deep purple-black, saucer-shaped flowers with golden stamens. February to April. Ht.45cm.(1.5ft.). Grow in part shade and moist, well-drained, slightly alkaline soil. Good for front of borders, woodland gardens, containers and patio gardens.
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