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Photo courtesy of Walters Gardens, Inc. http://www.waltersgardens.com/

GREAT COMPANIONS

Plantain Lily

HOSTA

(Plantain Lily 'Powder Blue')
Toad Lily

TRICYRTIS X

(Toad Lily 'Moonlight Treasure')

HELLEBORUS 'IVORY PRINCE'

Lenten Rose

Burgundy-pink buds open to outward-facing, ivory blossoms streaked with rose and chartreuse. Dark blue-green foliage stays compact.

GROWING & MAINTENANCE TIPS

Partial to full shade and humus-enriched soil. Moist, well-drained soils. Perfect plant for naturalizing, woodland areas. Good patio plant, nice cut flower.

INTERESTING INFORMATION

Helleborus is derived from the Greek words, helein, to injure, and bora, food and refers to the bitter tasting leaves and roots which are poisonous when eaten. 2005 Perennial Plant Association of the Year.

Plant Type
Perennial

Bloom Color
Near White

Foliage Color
Matte Blue-Green

Height
12-16 Inches

Spread
20-24 Inches

USDA Hardiness Zone
4-8

Patented
Yes

EXPOSURE
Shade-Part Sun
SOIL MOISTURE PREFERENCE
Medium
WILDLIFE/DISEASE RESISTANCE
Deer Resistant
Poison
BLOOM COLOR
White
SEASON OF INTEREST (FLOWERING)
February
March
April
SEASON OF INTEREST (FOLIAGE)
Winter
ATTRIBUTES
Winter Interest
Patio Container Pots
Long Blooming
Evergreen
Cut Flower
PLANT RECOGNITION
Perennial Plant of the Year