5x Helleborus Mixed (bare rooted) - Plant

Helleborus orientalis 
5x Helleborus Mixed (bare rooted)

Simple. Pure. Fresh out of the ground.

Bare-rooted plants represent a true return to nature. Delightfully simple, pure and fresh out of the soil. We deliver this plant with bare roots, without a nursery pot and with less potting soil, which means it is better for the environment. And it is cheaper, too. Plant the bare-rooted plant in your garden or large planter in autumn or winter, but not during frosty temperatures. The result? It absolutely loves it! The plant has already flowered once, and its roots are extra strong as a result.
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The Christmas Rose (Helleborus orientalis) is perhaps the best known winter-flowering plants. Depending on the weather the first flowers can be seen as early as February. Even after flowering the seed pods that remain are very decorative. Our Christmas Rose Mix includes the most beautiful shades of pink, red, white and a pale green. Often the petals have a lovely mottled effect. Hellebores are evergreen perennials.
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Flowering Period

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Planting and flowering details
  • Planting
  • Bare rooted Hellebore (Helleborus) should be drenched in a bucket of lukewarm water for a few hours before you plant them. These mixed hellebore grow best in the garden. Prepare a suitable hole in rich loamy soil. Add as much organic matter as possible before planting and dig it in deep. Plant your bare rooted Christmas Roses at the appropriate depth in the hole  - around 10 cm below soil level. Fill the hole and press firmly down. Water immediately after planting. Hellebore grows well in full sun or part shade in permeable, fertile soil.
    Christmas Roses in the garden
    This mix of Christmas Roses deserves a prominent spot in your garden. You should choose a spot for them where they can easily be seen from the window. You will especially enjoy these winter flowering plants if planted in large groups. Hellebores combine well with other early bloomers like Cyclamen and Primrose.
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  • Care
  • The Christmas Rose is a strong, hardy garden plant. Be sure to prevent the soil around its roots from drying out. Give it extra water during dry summers. A semi-shady area is better than full sun. Before flowering cut off the old leaves so that the flowers really stand out. Soon enough, new leaves will form and stay beautiful throughout the whole summer. A mulch of leaf litter for the winter is helpful.
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  • Specifics
  • Another name for the Hellebore is Christmas Rose
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  • Extra information
  • Latin name Helleborus orientalis 
    Delivery type Supplied as bare-rooted plant
    Guarantee 5 years guarantee
    Color Mixed Colours
    Light preference full sun ,  partial sun
    Scented not scented
    Flowers for cutting no
    Flowering period January - April
    Growing height30 - 40 cm
    Planting distance30 - 40 cm
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