Helleborus foetidus (9cm pot)
Also known as the English Hellebore, Helleborus foetidus likes soils that are alkaline/limey. Striking lime green clusters of flowers December to March. Frost hardy with dissected evergreen foliage.
Easy to grow, winter flowering, frost hardy perennials. Helleborus foetidus is an excellent garden plant with attractive dissected foliage throughout the year and striking lime green clusters of flower in from January through to March. Prefers limey soil.
They are excellent garden plants that reliably come back year after year.
They are supplied by specialist breeders of hellebores with over 20 years of experience in growing quality garden plants. Hand pollinated, propagated and grown in England.
We enclose a planting advice sheet with every order of Helleborus foetidus, or you can visit our planting advice for Hellebores page.
Plant information from RHS
Helleborus foetidus is an evergreen perennial to 60cm with erect stems, and leaves palmately divided leaves narrow dark green leaflets. Nodding, usually purple-edged, pale green flowers to 2cm in width are borne in large open clusters from late winter.
Other common names:
stinking hellebore , barfoot, bearfoot, bear’s foot, foetid hellebore, ox heel, setterwort, stinkwort