Perennials

Bloom Season

Exclusive

Spread

Height

Zone

Hellebores Plants

The vigorous and hardy Lenten Rose blooms in the winter and early spring garden before other plants awaken. Highly deer resistant, too.

grid
  • Hellebore, Peppermint Ice, , large

    Short Description

    Gentle pink with a darker pink picotee edge

    $19.95
    Plants
  • Helleborus, Painted Doubles, , large

    Short Description

    Large white double blooms are touched with red speckles.

    $19.95
    Plants
  • Hellebore, Wedding Party  Wedding Bells, , large

    Short Description

    Large double-flowered white blooms herald the arrival of spring.

    $19.95
    Plants
  • Exclusive
    Helleborus, Stained Glass, , large

    Short Description

    Full double blooms in rose and purple.

    $17.95
    Plants
  • Exclusive
    Hellebore, Warbler , , large

    Short Description

    Dwarf plants bloom in late spring.

    $19.95
    Plants
  • Helleborus, Wedding Party Confetti Cake , , large

    Short Description

    Double-flowered hellebore superstar produces large numbers of big, showy blossoms in rich hues.

    $19.95
    Plants
  • Exclusive
    Hellebore, Painted Bunting , , large

    Short Description

    Brings beautiful lightness to the spring shade garden.

    $16.95
    Plants
  • Hellebore, Double Fantasy, , large

    Short Description

    Plant Double Fantasy with Kingston Cardinal for a dramatic fool-proof combination.

    $18.95
    Plants
  • Helleborus, Wedding Party French Kiss , , large

    Short Description

    Dazzles with large, showy 3 inch, single white flowers veined with raspberry pink that pools at the bloom center.

    $19.95
    Plants
  • New
    Helleborus, Cassis Red, , large

    Short Description

    Large single red flowers will remind you of ruby slippers.

    $18.95
    Plants
  • Exclusive
    Hellebore, Phoenix , , large

    Short Description

    Very early blooms in unique apple green and rose.

    $16.95
    Plants
  • Exclusive
    Hellebore, Kingston Cardinal, , large

    Short Description

    Late winter blooms of raspberry mauve flowers.

    $17.95
    Plants
  • Helleborus, Wedding Party Bridesmaid , , large

    Short Description

    A ravishment of white 2 inch double-flowers with attractive raspberry pink veining and picotee edge.

    $19.95
    Plants
  • Exclusive
    Hellebore, Phoebe, , large

    Short Description

    Double flowers bloom extremely early.

    $17.95
    Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Hellebore, Ivory Prince, , large

    Short Description

    Late winter blooms! Green-tinted ivory petals that age to rose.

    $19.95
    Plants
  • Helleborus, Wedding Party Flower Girl , , large

    Short Description

    Produces multitude of vibrant 3 inch blush to light-pink double flowers.

    $19.95
    Plants
  • Hellebore, Golden Lotus, , large

    Short Description

    Exquisite golden lotus blossoms.

    $19.95
    Plants
  • New
    Helleborus, Angellier, , large

    Short Description

    Angelic double yellow blossoms will leave your garden looking like it is full of gold.

    $19.95
    Plants
  • Hellebore, Pink Fizz , , large

    Short Description

    Radiant white with rounded petals

    $16.95
    Plants
  • Helleborus, Wedding Party  Maid of Honor, , large

    Short Description

    Large number of vibrant 2.5-3” dark-pink, double flowers.

    $19.95
    Plants
  • New
    Helleborus, Florence Picotee, , large

    Short Description

    Double white blossoms are elegantly outlined with a slight pink edge.

    $18.95
    Plants
  • Helleborus, Ballerina Ruffles, , large

    Short Description

    Winter Thriller, 'Ballerina Ruffles' adds balletic grace to woodland sites.

    $19.95
    Plants
  • Helleborus, Rose Quartz, , large

    Short Description

    Hand pollinated seed strain from Ernie and Marietta O'Byrne.

    $19.95
    Plants
  • Helleborus, Wedding Party  First Dance, , large

    Short Description

    Dazzling double flowers in color from bright yellow to yellow with maroon picotee.

    $19.95
    Plants
Back to top