Snow, sleet, icy rain. A little winter weather can be wonderful, but after a while, it gets to be too much. We yearn for the milder days of spring. Some plants get impatient, too, and surprise us with uplifting bouquets of flowers when it still seems way too early. Ivory Prince Hellebore is one such plant. Let it liven up the shady corners of your garden in late winter. A flourish of creamy-white blossoms (turning pink and then green) over evergreen foliage will confirm that spring is just around the bend and will give your spirits a much-needed boost.
Growing Instructions: A shade to part shade plant that prefers moist soils, Helleborus is deer resistant and easy to grow. Content under tree and shrub lines and perfect for woodland settings.