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    Helleborus Argutifolius Corsicus

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    Overview

    Helleborus corsicus has pendent creamy-green clustered flowers above superb gray-green leaves. It revels in cool, rich soil and flowers over a long period, seeding freely. Helleborus corsicus and the hybrids of the Helleborus orientalis (Lenten hellebore), grow well together, the latter having wide-open nodding flowers that may be white, bluish-pink to purple or purple-spotted. Lillies are excellent companion plants, their young shoots enjoying the low shade created by hellebore foliage.

    Plant Characteristics

    Size

    18 – 24 inches

    Type

    Flower

    Light Exposure

    Shade

    Season of Bloom

    Spring

    Hardiness Zones

    6 – 9

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