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Re: hum.../hellbores

Hello Judy,
    I transplanted several new hellebore to my garden over the past two
years and some are now in bud. They came from several sources and I am
anxious to see how the first blooms are going to come up. I have been
looking around for a good clean white with no hint of green... that is a
tough one... same with a good clean yellow with no hint of green. Both are
supposed to be out there.... we will see in a few days. Also have other
named color stains. I am told first bloom of the plants is not always a good
indicator of the final color and look of a bloom once the plant is more
mature, so sometimes patience is required. Don't know as I am a great big
believer in that one, though. In spite of what some of the experts have to
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana
----- Original Message -----
> I planted a pink and a white Hellebore last summer & forgot them. DH is
> leaf remover here, and when he vacuumed that front bed under the weeping
> cherry, there they were, blooming. The pink is clearly visible from the
> front room. H. foetiditus gets very little sun between the garage & fence,
> still in bud. Another light lavender Erica is blooming and found the first
> dandelion bloom, spring's coming, woo hoo!
> Judy B

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