Helleborus foetidus, also called stinking hellebore, is an evergreen perennial with a beautiful clump-forming habit and dark green, deeply cut, elongated leaves with a serrated margin. Stinking hellebore blooms from January through April with pale green nodding flowers without petals, grouped in lush racemes. This hellebore likes a spot in partial shade, but also does well in full shade under tall trees. It prefers well-drained, neutral or alkaline soil, but also tolerates slightly acidic soil. This plant is fairly hardy, but appreciates some winter protection in severe winters.
P9 are sold per 4.
Price is for 4 pieces.