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Hellebore
Ranunculaceae
Helleborus orientalis


zacsgrammy
zacsgrammy

Ranunculaceae Family

Helleborus Genus
Physical Description
Can anyone tell me the name of my plant? This plant grows in a clump and has stiff leaves with cut edges that stay green all winter in northeastern ohio. It is always the first plant in the garden to bloom. The flowers are beautiful and detailed, but their heads droop down, so one has to get the camera up under it to get a picture of the bloom. I have one that blooms white with reddish-pink speckles on each petal and one that is a deep, rich pink, almost burgundy. Each plant produces many flowers. The flower are approx 2 inches across.


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Hellebore
gardengeek
March 14, 2012
Ranunculaceae
Helleborus orientalis
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Comment: Hellebore, Helleborus orientalis

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zacsgrammy
zacsgrammy
March 14, 2012


It is! Thank you so much for your help, I truly appreciate it!
gardengeek
gardengeek
March 14, 2012
Looks like a Hellebore
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