- a delightful touch of winter colour for the garden
Keith and Cindy left my office that Saturday afternoon with one dose of Helleborus niger
in a 10M potency.
, aka the Christmas rose | Helleborus niger
, aka the Christmas rose
As silica sand is like powder, I will need to plant something around the | Helleborus niger
, aka the Christmas rose schooling area to shield the wind.
Susan Barnes, by email - Susan Barnes, by email AYOUR AYOUR hellebore is a form of the Christmas rose, Helleborus niger
(CHRISTMAS ROSE) IT MAY not flower at Christmas, but the Christmas rose is a welcome sight in January, producing large, saucer-shaped blooms with a central area of golden stamens.
, the Christmas rose, is one of several winter flowering hellebores, and the cyclamen coum, typically with tiny cerise flowers, produces a carpet of flowers and foliage under trees in January.
DESIGN: Christmas rose or helleborus niger
usually peaks in early January.
Arguably the best of these is Helleborus niger
, commonly known as the Christmas Rose although not usually flowering in my garden until the New Year.
Another flower to look out for in January is the Christmas rose, Helleborus niger
A Most perennials are dormant in winter, with the exception of the Helleborus niger
, orChristmas rose as it is more commonly called.
, the Christmas Rose is a favourite, but you'll be lucky if it flowers for you at Christmas.
Put cloches over Helleborus niger
(Christmas rose) to protect the flowers from soil splashing over them when it rains.
, with flowers the colour of candlewax, is called The Christmas Rose.
The Christmas Rose, Helleborus Niger
, is a plant I have had a love-hate relationship with ever since I started gardening.