The world of hellebores doesn't stand still and never ceases to amaze. New complex and rare hybrids are offering forms for the garden that hellebore enthusiasts only dreamed about just a few years ago. These hellebores from the Frostkiss Series are at the cutting edge of hellebores and destined to become garden classics.
Helleborus 'Angel Glow' has pink buds opening to frosty pink flowers that slowly deepen to green and deep pink tones. Foliage is a frosty bluish-green. If you like 'Pink Frost' here is a pink from the Frostkiss Series that is a little softer and a little more demure but with foliage that will make the lighter colour pop! Great in the garden or containers. Deer resistant.
This breakthrough hellebore brings the bold red colour of the nodding H. x hybridus into the stemmed group of hybrids previously limited to white, green and pink. 'Anna's Red' has deep red, outward-facing flowers held on top of leathery, boldly-mottled foliage that emerges first flushed with red then fading to pink and mint green. Bound to be an instant classic from the Frostkiss Series. Begins blooming in December.
Frostkiss 'Molly's White' -- 'Molly's White' is another of the breakthrough hellebores from the Frostkiss series which includes 'Penny's Pink', 'Anna's Red' and 'Pippa's Purple'. This cultivar offers tons of creamy, outward-facing, white flowers developing greenish highlights over incredibly mottled and veined foliage that is at first silver flushed with pink maturing to mint green on a dark green background. Begins blooming in January. Great in the garden or containers. Deer resistant.
Frostkiss 'Penny's Pink' -- Pink buds open in early January to deep pink, outward-facing flowers that slowly deepen to green and deep pink tones. The foliage is a bluish-green and emerges variegated with pink-flushed veins that slowly lighten to silver-green. A pink hellebore that gives 'Pink Frost' a run for its money! Great in the garden or containers. Deer resistant.
'Pirouette' from the Frostkiss series has pink buds opening to mostly pink flowers with some white at the edges of the petals soon darkening to fully rich pink. It is similar to the Gold Collection's 'Pink Frost' in having a truly pink flower. Flower stems are extremely numerous and a bit more arching than 'Pink Frost' making this an effective plant for containers, on walls, or on slopes especially in combination with other winter interest perennials and shrubs. Deer resistant.
Frostkiss 'Pippa's Purple' -- Another breakthrough from the Frostkiss series, 'Pippa's Purple' offers masses of purplish-pink, outward-facing flowers atop magnificent foliage that is mottled and veined with pink and silver later maturing to mint green on a dark green background. Begins blooming in December or January. Great in the garden or containers. Deer resistant.
Frostkiss 'Tutu' -- For those who covet this rarest of hellebore flower forms - the anemone centre or semi double - wait no longer! 'Tutu' has pink petals flushed with green and speckled with dark pink spots. The nectaries that surround the stamens have become petaloid in 'Tutu' and form an intriguing pink and green ruffle at the centre of the flower. The first anemone centred hellebore we have seen available produced from tissue culture -- all plants are identical clones and all will look like the picture. Deer resistant.
Frostkiss 'White Tutu' -- 'White Tutu' is the white counterpart to 'Tutu'. It has pure white flowers speckled with deep pink spots and, most importantly, the nectaries that surround the stamens have become petaloid forming an intriguing white and green ruffle at the centre of the flower. Produced from tissue culture -- all plants are identical clones and all will look like the picture. Deer resistant.
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