04. April 2019 The Art of the Hellebore Helleborus x 'Ivory Prince'... Weather Diary: Cloudy with scattered showers; High: 70 F/Low: 50 F; Humidity: 31%-100% Previous Post: In a Vase: A Bit of Bright Next Post: In a Vase: Colors of Spring tagPlaceholderTags: Write a comment Comments: 8 #1 Diana Studer (Thursday, 04 April 2019 16:29) Such subtle delicate markings on the petals. #2 Kris P (Friday, 05 April 2019 17:28) A memorable addition to your new garden! #3 Amy@SmallSunnyGarden (Friday, 05 April 2019 21:29) Diana - Yes, just love those! :) #4 Amy@SmallSunnyGarden (Friday, 05 April 2019 21:38) Kris - I'm certainly enjoying it! :) #5 Cathy (Saturday, 06 April 2019 01:54) Beautiful! I really fell in love with hellebores this winter! #6 Amy@SmallSunnyGarden (Saturday, 06 April 2019 09:29) Cathy - I love how they give so much structure over three or four seasons. :-) They do get a garden off to a good start, don’t they?!! #7 Jane (Tuesday, 09 April 2019 04:52) The first photo is exquisite, Amy. I love hellebores, but haven’t been able to grow any in this garden because of lack of shade. I’m glad to read that you’re enjoying your new garden. #8 Amy@SmallSunnyGarden (Tuesday, 09 April 2019 09:52) Jane - They are one of those ‘if only ‘ plants, aren’t they?! I have this one tucked up against the house in an otherwise sunny spot; hopefully it will grow on well. But I expect the sunlight here is not nearly so intense as in your garden!