Winter Gems for the Garden!

Hellebores are the gems of the winter woodland garden. Hellebores, also known as lenten rose, come in a wide range colors and flower forms, they are deer resistant and drought tolerant once established.

picture of Helleborus Confetti Cake
Helleborus x hybridus ‘Confetti Cake’

This year we are pleased to offer many new hellebore hybrids from the breeding work of Hans Hansen at Walters Gardens.

picture of Helleborus Blushing Bridesmaid
Helleborus x hybridus ‘Blushing Bridesmaid’

We are continuing to add new hellebores to our website monthly, including selections from our own breeding. Be sure to visit during our annual Winter Open Nursery and Garden, Feb. 24-26 and March 3-5, to enjoy the many hellebores blooming in the gardens as well as selecting a few gems for your own.

picture of Helleborus Pippa's Purple
Helleborus ‘Pippa’s Purple’ in the sales house with close-up of flower.
pictures of Hellebores being released soon
Hellebores that will be released for sale shortly – Rose Quartz, Golden Lotus, and French Kiss

2 thoughts on “Winter Gems for the Garden!”

  1. Laura Sonnichsen

    These are spectacularly beautiful!

    I have a hellebore that is blooming now – I thought it a bit early here on Cape Cod.

  2. Sandi Oppenheim

    Thanks So Much for your lovely pictures & notes about all of these Beautifull new plants. I’m working on putting together a Very Small “Secret Garden’ & would love to have a few of the Helllebores: especially the Rose Quartz or French Kiss.
    However: I live in Scottsdale, AZ & these would be planted in the shady area (Zone 9). Would appreciate your advice in this regard and/or what you DO have that could be planted in that area at your earliest convenience. Thanks So Much! Enjoyed your presentation.

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