Helleborus niger


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Noun1.Helleborus niger - European evergreen plant with white or purplish rose-like winter-blooming flowersHelleborus niger - European evergreen plant with white or purplish rose-like winter-blooming flowers
hellebore - any plant of the Eurasian genus Helleborus
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Helleborus niger, also known as the Christmas Rose, is a stylish starting point and has a purity of colour that makes it ideal as a single planting or as a centrepiece in a mixed container.
Helleborus Niger (Christmas Rose) Aptly named for its ability to flower even in the depths of winter, the Christmas rose is a pretty white flower that can tolerate the severest of cold.
With the exception of the Christmas rose, helleborus niger, in Northern climes, mankind's association with these plants goes far back beyond the introduction of Christianity and many of the customs, emblems and tokens associated with Christmas have been part of our culture for millennia.
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Helleborus niger - the Christmas rose - is usually the first of the hellebores to come into bloom.
THE Christmas rose, also known as Helleborus niger, has a wonderful, white bowlshaped flower, which is often pink-flushed.
For winter blooms, a good choice is the helleborus niger (Christmas rose) with its nodding white flowers and golden stamens.
Helleborus niger produces a condition of sensorial depression.
Some experienced gardeners have tried to grow the species, including the Christmas rose, Helleborus niger, which is a tricky one.
With the exception of then Christmas rose, helleborus niger, in Northern climes, mankind's association with these plants goes far back beyond the introduction of Christianity and many of the customs, emblems and tokens associated with Christmas have been part of our culture for millennia.
Combined with an under-planting of Helleborus niger, the white flowered Christmas rose and some snowdrops or Fritillaria meleagris (snakeshead fritillary) and you will have something to look at all winter long.
When he left, he asked to take a piece of one plant away as a memento and was given leave to dig up a chunk of a Christmas rose, Helleborus niger.