Product review for Royal Helleborus Mix
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- Sunday, November 11, 2007
Might work for you
Reviewed By: C.Wray (Chicago area, Il)
I planted these 2 years ago.The first year was drought; they barely made it. This year, nice big green leaves but no flowers, I am beginning to wonder if I got the plant I ordered.
- Thursday, January 10, 2008
I love them but...
Reviewed By: Mullins (Suffolk, VA)
I love these plants. Unfortunately, they don't do too well in my area. I originally purchased four plants. After five years, two are alive. I have seen them bloom once so far. You don't have to worry about expanding space for them to grow. All the ones I have owned, grow for 2 years then stay around the same size. Very attractive foliage and the blooms are a nice surprise when they bloom.
- Tuesday, January 22, 2008
Have a bunch from 6
Reviewed By: G. Cooper (Birmingham, AL)
My original order was for six about 4 years ago. Now there are hundreds. Year before last I collected all the seed pods from the spent flowers and kept them in a bucket for a while. I shelled them like peas and threw them out and into the woods. Looks great in the winter. Only one problem. The leaves on bottom turn black. For this year, I cut all of them down for 2008 and they are coming back beautifully.
- Monday, February 18, 2008
They work for me
Reviewed By: Donna Putney (Honea Path, SC)
I put helleborus in urns in deep shade under an east-facing patio, and they do well. Last year's foilage dies off as the new leaves come, so they take a little tiding each spring. The plants need to be a few years old to start blooming, but the flowers are impressive, and they bloom every year after that. Given good soil and conditions, the plants get bigger every year, and last for years and years.
- Monday, September 21, 2009
Green flowers in 2nd year
Reviewed By: Veloria (Brooklyn, NY)
The plants took a couple years to thrive and flower so I was rather disappointed when the "mix" turned out to be all green. But I am enjoying the perennials in my year round shade. Make sure to remove any browning leaves. This being the 3rd year, they have begun to self sow little seedlings.