Helleborus niger is an evergreen perennial, up to 12 inches (30 cm) tall, with dark green, leathery, pedate leaves carried on stems. When planting from seed or division, place the Hellebore into well-draining, organic soil in a filtered sun or shady location.
The flowers are large and flat, white, or occasionally pink, up to 3 inches (7.5 cm) wide, borne on short stems from midwinter to early spring.

Plant the Hellebore under deciduous trees or scattered through a woodland garden or shaded natural area. Soaking the soil in which the Hellebore is growing helps the Hellebore plant to look its best. Hellebore care includes removal of older leaves when they appear damaged. Care for Hellebores should also include careful fertilization. Too much nitrogen may result in lush foliage and a shortage of blooms. Plant Hellebore seeds in the fall.

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