Where is the best place to plant a Hellebore?
They prefer a sheltered position in semi-shade (dense shade can reduce flowering) with a rich, moist, free draining soil. If possible, it is desirable to plant hellebores on a sloping bed, both to improve drainage and also to make it easier to look into the flowers, which naturally nod.
Is hellebore poisonous to touch?
Hellebores are in the Ranunculus or buttercup family. They are toxic when handled and can cause contact dermatitis.
Why is hellebore so expensive?
Why are hellebores so expensive? These flowers are generally quite expensive because it takes anywhere between three to five years for them to bloom, and growers generally only sell blooming plants.