H is for Hellebore

We are at the letter H with Denise Nesbitt’s  ABC Wednesday Meme.

How timely since my Helleborus, Lenten Rose is blooming. I’m not sure exactly what variety mine is. It looks similar to a Spring or Angel variety that I’ve seen on line.

hellebore 012I had to get down on my knees to take the photos because this is a humble plant whose blooms bow their heads to the ground for the most part.

hellebore 008This is the first plant to bloom in the middle or late winter at my house. I love that it is blooming during the Lenten season.

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hellebore 010Hellebores are perennial and largely evergreen. They are deer resistant for some of you who have asked in previous posts.

hellebore 011Noteworthy characteristics: Year round foliage persists through shade and snow and is fairly deer and rabbit resistant. Flowers in early spring with daffodils and tulips.

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hellebore 005Hope you enjoyed seeing my Hellebore as much as I enjoyed showing it. I’ll be coming around to see your ABC offering for H.

I’m also linking up to Outdoor Wednesday with A Southern Daydreamer.

Our outdoors have been cold and rainy since Saturday. I know a lot of you might still be covered in snow so who am I to complain. Looking forward to this weekend and the opening of MLS Soccer season in the U.S.A. I’ll be at the Seattle Sounders opener against Sporting Kansas on Saturday. What’s new in your neck of the woods?

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

15 thoughts on “H is for Hellebore

  1. Thank you for this beautiful and precious flower! It might be humble but it is a very regal plant and to be discovered by the connoisseurs.
    Wil, ABCW Team.

  2. What a beautiful, colorful flower,your Hellebores is, I am always looking for new plants especially deer resistant ones, thanks for sharing. I am so looking forward to Spring, my daffodils are beginning to bloom, so Spring can’t be to far behind.

  3. oh, I should see if mine are blooming now that the snow has melted some. They are hard to photograph! Yours are beautiful.

  4. Gorgeous photographs which show your hellebores off to perfection, I think I’ve only seen the upright larger versions but I love these little ones, I’ll have to go on a plant hunt round the nurseries.

  5. These are beautiful, Ellen!! I love this particular color! My mom has Lenten Roses and she just loves them; she’s been encouraging me to plant some for myself. I really need to do that.

    Thank you for sharing these lovely images with us; your photography is so impressive. I hope you have a great day. 🙂

    Blessings,

    Denise

  6. Your flower pics are lovely. I love all the detail in the petals. Thanks for your nice comment on my coastal pics. When I don’t have any projects to share I can always rely on our pretty scenery!

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