December - January

Common name: Hellebore, Lenten Rose, Winter Rose
Genus Name: Helleborus
Family Name: Ranunculaceae
Place of Origin: Native to Greece and Turkey.
How long do they last? 10-14 days

Helleborus is a perennial herb, that has its own tribe called Helleboreae in the family of Ranunculaceae. Every part of the Hellebore is poisonous, so keep them out of reach for children and pets.

Did you know?

The Name “Helleborus” originates from Greek words “helle” which means “to take away” and “bora” which means “food”. The name refers to the emetic (induces vomiting) properties of this plant.

Care tips

Re-cut stems and place them in a vase with water and cut flower food.