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It's actually Helleborus orientalis -- Lenten Rose -- but it's Alleluia season, so I'll briefly rechristen this lovely plant.
Posted at 13:36 in Flowers and plants, Garden | Permalink
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I've always wanted to plant hellebores. Maybe I should wait until I don't have children who put things in their mouths on at random though.
May 02, 2011 at 21:37
I'd wait. Amy Stewart has a book, _Wicked_Plants_, which is a pretty good overview of plants that are, er, problematic. I don't think I'd have a one in my yard whilst children are playing there.
Patricia Tryon |
May 03, 2011 at 09:11
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