Helleborus 'Pippa's Purple'
Helleborus x hybridus ‘Pippa’s Purple’
Pippa’s Purple Hybrid Lenten Rose; PP 27,121
USDA Zones 5-9
‘Pippas purple’ mounding growth habit produces relatively large, thick, almost leathery, variegated evergreen leaves. At maturity it stands 18-23” with a similar spread. It flowers in early spring with flower stalks bearing showy cup flowers. This particular Hellebore has rose pink flowers marbled with burgundy.
You can plant hellebores in ground or in containers. Although they are slow growers they make phenomenal accent plants for their texture & form. Hellebores are best used in border gardens, alpine & rock gardens, woodland gardens, & best of all shade gardens in general. They are also deer & rabbit resistant & attract butterflies!
When planted in the ground make sure to place in an area where they will ay for years & you will end up with a garden full of hellebore blooms. Trim the old leaves in late winter before the buds emerge to allow your plants to yield the maximum number of flowers possible.
HELLEBORES ARE EASY LOW MAINTENANCE PLANTS.
Partial sun or shade - full shade
Normal or sandy
Soil moisture should be average or moist.
FLOWERS & FOLIAGE
Bloom deep pink-purple flowers during early, mid, & late spring.
They have relatively large, deep green leaves that are stunning on their own. dry
You will receive a 1 gallon size plant similar to those pictured in listing bare root without a pot.