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Who can resist freckles? Charming displays of 3” soft-pink, double flowers are liberally covered in darker pink spots. You will welcome their super early appearance of exquisite flowers to any spring garden party – no invitation required. To better view the nodding blossoms of Helleborus Wedding Crasher, plant in raised flower beds or on a hillside. Lenten Rose is revered for its long bloom cycle, reliability, and evergreen flowers. Tolerates a wide range of soils and sunlight.
Easy to grow and low maintenance, the Wedding Party™ series showcases double-flowered selections of notable vigor with showy floral displays of rich colored blossoms. Developed by Hybridizer, Hans Hansen. Charming first flowering perennials of spring. Float flowers in clear bowls for an elegant centerpiece.
Helleborus was named the Perennial Plant Association's Plant of the Year in 2005. Helleborus are perfect perennials when you need a splash of color as you weary of winter's grip. Lovely nodding cup-shaped flowers herald the coming of spring. Avoid dry soil with full sun. Good evergreen groundcover.
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Prefers humus-rich, well-drained soil and consistent moisture to establish, then are carefree. Spent flower heads can be cut back to promote new foliage growth or to prevent unwanted volunteer seedlings. Many plantlets will form around base of parent plant and will bloom around the third year if left alone. Division is generally not needed (or recommended) but can be performed in early spring if desired. Remove young side plantlets with roots and replant. Water well.
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