- Single, anemone and double forms
- Blooms in early spring
- Leathery foliage is evergreen in the South
- Excellent ground cover for shaded areas
- Deer tend to avoid
One of the most impressive mixes we've found! Pennsylvania hellebore breeder David Culp traveled around the world to find outstanding hellebores, and this mixture is the result of his years of work. Brandywine Hellebores features brilliant red, pink, apricot and other hues in single, anemone and double flower forms. The flowers bloom in late winter to early spring, and the leathery, dark green foliage provides months of interest. The foliage is evergreen in the South. Hellebores are an excellent ground cover for shaded areas. Grow 12-18 in. tall.