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Hellebore flower.


Hellebore flower. (Helleborus x hybridus)

A flower from my new Hellebore.



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Ooh, I like this!

19 Jan, 2010

 

:-)

19 Jan, 2010

 

I like it too. Mine are a similar colour "eventually" but I don't know the variety as they came from my brothers garden many years ago.

19 Jan, 2010

 

This is a new-ish cultivar - they've been breeding Hellebores which hold their flowers up, and I have a white version from last year.

At least I don't have to lie down to get its photo! LOL.

19 Jan, 2010

 

Thats a beautiful hellebore Spritz,lovely colour......

19 Jan, 2010

 

Ah! Then it's not like mine after all. Laying down to look at them is compulsary with mine. Ideal for the lazy gardener like me.

19 Jan, 2010

 

another pretty flower.

19 Jan, 2010

 

Well Toto - you have seen photos of mine where I've had to lie down to take a photo! It gets a bit more tricky at this time of year, though. It's a bit wet! :-(((

19 Jan, 2010

 

Lovely one, havn't got any buds even this year.

19 Jan, 2010

 

You just need to put your wet suit on.

20 Jan, 2010

 

Duh! Why didn't I think of that, Toto?

Dd - are you saying that there's no sign of the buds yet - they're late? Are they usually this late?

20 Jan, 2010

 

very nice

20 Jan, 2010

 

:-) Do you grow Hellebores, Holly?

20 Jan, 2010

 

I like it aswell.

21 Jan, 2010

 

Spritz we usually have buds on at this time of year.....every one in the garden is the same :+((

21 Jan, 2010

 

yes i have one.... but it hasnt flowered yet........

21 Jan, 2010

 

Oh, Dd - maybe the cold has delayed them? Same with yours, Holly, maybe.

Thanks, Carol. :-)

21 Jan, 2010

 

yes mine came out late last year as well..........

22 Jan, 2010

 

Strange.... I wonder if the cold did affect them, it does sound as though that's the reason.

22 Jan, 2010

 

I do hope so, last year was not as cold, the snow we had then was in February and was gone as quickly as it came.so fingers crossed.....

22 Jan, 2010

 

We didn't get that - but it weren't 'alf cold! Hmmm...not sure whether it was colder last winter or this...Brrrrrrr....

22 Jan, 2010

 

what a beauty! perhaps they look even more stunning when they manage to struggle out in the cold of january and february to brighten up the garden?

2 Nov, 2010

 

Yes, that could well be it! Not too long to wait until the first one appears, Sticki. :-)))

2 Nov, 2010

 

one or two of mine are already trying to come out!? bit worried they have got muddled up and wont come out when they should?

2 Nov, 2010

 

They still will, I'm sure. Don't worry! I had a flower on one last year in October, and more flowers in February.

2 Nov, 2010

 

oh good ~ thank you

2 Nov, 2010

 

:-))

2 Nov, 2010



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