Helleborus x hybridus

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Helleborus x hybridus
Helleborus x hybridus

Hybrid hellebores
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Binomial: Helleborus x hybridus
Genus: Helleborus
Family: Ranunculaceae
Type: herbaceous plant

The most commonly grown hellebores are the hybrid types.

Description[edit]

Hybrid hellebores are clumping, low-growing plants with evergreen foliage and showy flowers in winter and spring.

Growing Conditions[edit]

These plants grow well in both full sun and dense shade.

Varieties[edit]

Numerous cultivars are available in the trade, and the plants freely hybridize so that seedlings are often quite different from the parent plants.

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