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The perfect evergreen, deer proof perennial for dry shade

Helleborus Winter Magic™ Snow Love

Snow Love graces the early spring landscape with its creamy white to yellow blooms. As the blooms mature, they develop a celadon green patina and remain attractive on the plant well into spring.

From the breeding brilliance of Belgian hellebore expert, Thierry van Paemel comes the Winter ™  Series.  These superior, incredibly floriferous selections make wonderful pot plants and permanent, deer proof, drought tolerant additions to any shady spot.  All selections are sturdy and vigorous with leathery evergreen leaves covered in a veil of beautiful  powder-grey.  Big, outfacing blooms are held well above the foliage, developing a greenish tinge as they mature.  Blooming will begin in the winter months in mild regions and last well into the warmer days of spring. One of the great harbingers of spring, Snow Love's vigorous clumps continue to increase and become more floriferous every year making this the perfect evergreen, deer proof perennial for dry shade.

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Who Am I?

  • Common Name

    Snow Love lenten rose
  • Botanical Name

    Helleborus x nigercor 'Snow Love' PP19559
  • Type

  • Evergreen?

  • Bloom Time

    December to March
  • Bloom Color

    White with maroon backs

Cultural Details

  • Bloom Time

    December to March
  • Size

    12-15" tall by 15-18" wide
  • Hardiness Zone

  • Light

    Part sun/full shade
  • Soil

    Average garden soil
  • Moisture

    Well drained
  • Disease & Pests

    None known.
  • Landscape Use

    Foundation plantings, mass plantings, commercial landscapes, front or middle of the border, urban gardens, containers, shade gardens
  • Propagation

    Tissue Culture
  • Pruning

    Hellebores flower in late winter, or early spring, depending on where you live. Cut off last year's leaves in mid winter to make rom for flowers and new leaves.

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