Hellebore Pink Frost

Hellebore Pink FrostHellebore Pink Frost

Pink frost is an evergreen easy to grow perennial. 

Forming a mound of sliver veined, dark, leathery green leaves. The saucer shaped flowers appear in late winter to early spring and last for weeks. Pink buds opening to cream, tinged with pink that darken to a deeper pink as they age.

Grows as an upright bushy clump, up to 30-40cm tall and 30-45cm spread. Prefers shade but will tolerate full sun. and is a welcome addition to any shady border, containers, under trees or large shrubs.

For best impact plant in groups, as they make lovely ground cover when massed together. Select a sheltered site for cold wind protection.

Pest and disease free normally, but do watch for slugs and aphids.


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