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Hellebores Plants

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

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  • Hellebore, Onyx Odyssey , , large

    Short Description

    This intriguing color is unusual among spring bloomers.

    $19.99
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  • Helleborus, Wedding Party Dark and Handsome, , large

    Short Description

    Creates instant drama with large, 2.5-3" purple-black to black double-flowers.

    $19.99
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  • Hellebore, Pink Fizz , , large

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    Radiant white with rounded petals

    $16.99
    $12.74
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    Hellebore, Phoenix , , large

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    Very early blooms in unique apple green and rose.

    $16.99
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  • Helleborus, Wedding Party Flower Girl , , large

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

    $19.99
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  • Helleborus, Florence Picotee, , large

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

    $19.99
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    Hellebore, Kingston Cardinal, , large

    Short Description

    Late winter blooms of raspberry mauve flowers.

    $17.99
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  • Helleborus, Cassis Red, , large

    Short Description

    Large single red flowers will remind you of ruby slippers.

    $19.99
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  • Customer favorite
    Hellebore, Ivory Prince, , large

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

    $19.99
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  • Helleborus, Wedding Party Bridesmaid , , large

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

    $19.99
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    Hellebore, Honeymoon™ Rome in Red, , large

    Short Description

    Rich maroon color to chase away the winter doldrums.

    $16.99
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  • Helleborus, Wedding Party  Maid of Honor, , large

    Short Description

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

    $19.99
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  • Hellebore, Wedding Party  Wedding Bells, , large

    Short Description

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

    $19.99
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  • Helleborus, Angellier, , large

    Short Description

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

    $19.99
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  • Hellebore, Double Fantasy, , large

    Short Description

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

    $18.99
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    Helleborus, Stained Glass, , large

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    Full double blooms in rose and purple.

    $17.99
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    Hellebore, Painted Bunting , , large

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    Brings beautiful lightness to the spring shade garden.

    $16.99
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    Hellebore, Phoebe, , large

    Short Description

    Double flowers bloom extremely early.

    $17.99
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  • Helleborus, Cotton Candy, , large

    Short Description

    Exquisite charm to the perennial border.

    $19.99
    $14.99
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  • Helleborus, Wedding Party  First Dance, , large

    Short Description

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

    $19.99
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  • Helleborus, Wedding Party Confetti Cake , , large

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

    $19.99
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  • Helleborus, Painted Doubles, , large

    Short Description

    Large white double blooms are touched with red speckles.

    $19.99
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  • Helleborus, Rose Quartz, , large

    Short Description

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

    $19.99
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  • Hellebore, Sunshine Ruffles Winter Thriller, , large

    Short Description

    Bright yellow blossoms with red edge on each petal.

    $19.99
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