Helleborus foetidus

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Related to Helleborus foetidus: Helleborus viridis
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Synonyms for Helleborus foetidus

digitate-leaved hellebore with an offensive odor and irritant qualities when taken internally

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la presencia en Neottio-Fagetum de especies que alcanzan su maximo de frecuencia de aparicion, dentro de los hayedos calcicolas, en esta asociacion y en Epipactido-Fagetum, como Helleborus foetidus, Melittis melissophyllum y Tamus communis.
The green or cream flowered Lenten rose, Helleborus foetidus, has a better chance of living up to its name because Lent lasts for 40 days and, of course, also moves from year to year.
The stinking hellebore, Helleborus foetidus, is rare but still grows wild in places.
Helleborus foetidus (the stinking hellebore) is a top-class perennial that exists in several forms.
A good variety for planting alongside snowdrops and crocus in borders is the British native Helleborus foetidus (or stinking hellebore).
The stinking hellebore, Helleborus foetidus , is rare but still grows wild from Yorkshire southwards.
Among other species, the British native `stinking hellebore', Helleborus foetidus - it doesn't really stink - will give flowers as early as November.
Helleborus foetidus - The Stinking Hellebore - is more robust and will even tolerate dry shade, so a cool spot under any deciduous tree will do.