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2016 Hellebore Program Booking now! Helleborus Gold Collection Pink Frost your source for stunning hellebores Phone: Fax: Why Hellebores? The life of the
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2016 Hellebore Program Booking now! Helleborus Gold Collection Pink Frost your source for stunning hellebores Phone: Fax: Why Hellebores? The life of the winter garden Versatile and reliable winter bloomers Variety selection that blooms from December into early spring (see chart below) Season starters at retail and in the landscape Deer resistant Great in part shade; coastal areas can get away with full sun Terrific for containers: bright and dramatic Low maintenance, no fuss Gold Collection varieties offer drought tolerance and better disease resistance Bloom Chart This chart represents when Hellebores naturally bloom in the garden. Skagit Gardens can ship your Hellebore orders at any time during the growing season, from fall through early spring. Hellebore Planting Guide Variety Planting Depth Spacing Growth Regulator Needs Sensitivity Anna s Red Crown level with soil Yes, early Medium Medium Gold Collection Camelot Crown level with soil Yes, when crowded Low or None Medium Gold Collection Champion Deep Yes, early High Medium Gold Collection Cinnamon Snow Crown level with soil Only when necessary Low Medium Medium High Gold Collection Jacob Crown level with soil Only when necessary Low or None High Gold Collection Josef Lemper Crown level with soil Only when necessary Medium High Gold Collection Love Bug Crown level with soil Yes, when crowded Low Medium Medium Gold Collection Madame Lemonnier Crown level with soil Yes, when crowded Low Medium Gold Collection Mahogany Snow Crown level with soil Yes, when crowded Medium Medium Gold Collection Merlin Deep Yes, when crowded Medium Medium Gold Collection Pink Frost Deep Yes, early High Medium Gold Collection Shooting Star Deep Yes, early Medium Medium Gold Collection Spring Party Crown level with soil Only when necessary Low or None High Ivory Prince Crown level with soil Only when necessary Low or None Medium lividus Pink Marble Crown level with soil Yes, when crowded Low Medium Penny s Pink Crown level with soil Yes, early Medium Medium Silver Dollar Crown level with soil Yes, early Low Low Spring Promise Series Crown level with soil Yes, early High Medium Winter Jewels Series Crown level with soil Yes, early Medium Medium Hellebore Spotlight: Anna's Red Last year, we were excited to offer you Hellebore Penny's Pink. This year we have her sister seedling, Anna's Red. It's hard to decide what we love most about this new cultivar, the bouquet of deep purple flowers which appear the first year after vernalization, or the stunning spring foliage. It emerges bronzy green veined in vibrant pink stunning! H 18-24 /24 S24 Z5(-20º) Late Wtr Spr BUD: Dark purple NEW BLOOM: Purple red MATURE FLOWER: Burgundy red FOLIAGE: Green with bright pink marbling in spring, turning to green with cream marbling HABIT: Bushy clumps of leathery leaves with tall flower spikes USPPP Gold Collection Varieties Camelot H12 15 /15 S20 Z5(-20º) Wtr Early Spr BUD: Pink NEW BLOOM: Cream with rose blush MATURE FLOWER: Deep pink with hint of apricot FOLIAGE: Deep green with silver sheen and red stems HABIT: Open foliage with large central bloom stalk H. x ballardiae COSEH 940 : USPPP Champion H8-12 /12 S18 Z4(-30º) Wtr Early Spr BUD: Creamy rose NEW BLOOM: Creamy white with pink blush on reverse MATURE FLOWER: Dark pink FOLIAGE: Lance shaped, shiny deep green, HABIT: Open; heavy bloomer H. x ericsmithii 'COSEH 730': USPPP Cinnamon Snow H12-15 /15 S24 Z5(-20º) Wtr BUD: Cinnamon pink NEW BLOOM: Creamy white blended with rose and cinnamon MATURE FLOWER: Cinnamon pink FOLIAGE: Dark green with reddish petioles HABIT: Compact, with large, showy blossoms H. x ballardiae COSEH 700 : USPP #21003 Jacob H9 12 /12 S13 Z4(-30º) Wtr BUD: White NEW BLOOM: Pure white MATURE FLOWER: White with pink blush FOLIAGE: Glossy deep green with red stems HABIT: Tidy rounded mound of foliage H. niger HGC Jacob : USPP #17799 Josef Lemper H15 18 /18 S21 Z4(-30º) Wtr BUD: White NEW BLOOM: Pure white MATURE FLOWER: Apple green FOLIAGE: Rich deep green with bright green stems HABIT: Very robust and vigorous H. niger HGC Josef Lemper : USPP #15615 Love Bug H10 12 /12 S15 Z5(?) Wtr Early Spr BUD: Rose NEW BLOOM: Cream with rose blush MATURE FLOWER: Dark rose FOLIAGE: Blue gray HABIT: Compact, forming a dense mound H. x ericsmithii Madame Lemonnier H12 /12 S12 Z4(-30º) Wtr Early Spr BUD: Pink NEW BLOOM: Dark pink MATURE FLOWER: Shades of light to dark pink FOLIAGE: Dark green HABIT: Compact with large, showy blossoms USPPP Mahogany Snow H12 15 /15 S20 Z5(-20º) Wtr Early Spr NEW BLOOM: Cream with soft pink reverse MATURE FLOWER: Mahogany pink FOLIAGE: Deep green with red stems HABIT: Compact and uniform H. x ballardiae COSEH 930 : USPP #23898 Merlin H12 15 /15 S24 Z5(-20º) Late Wtr Spr NEW BLOOM: Medium rose pink MATURE FLOWER: Deep burgundy plum FOLIAGE: Dark green with light veins and plum stems HABIT: Open and rounded H. x ballardiae COSEH 810 : USPP #22350 Gold Collection Varieties Pink Frost H12 15 /15 S24 Z5(-20º) Wtr Early Spr BUD: Burgundy NEW BLOOM: Soft pink MATURE FLOWER: Deep burgundy FOLIAGE: Serrated, medium green with silver sheen and red stems HABIT: Open foliage and profuse blooms H. x ballardiae COSEH 710 : USPP #21063 Shooting Star Z5(-20º) Wtr Early Spr BUD: Dusty rose NEW BLOOM: White, with soft pink star on reverse MATURE FLOWER: Sage green with soft pink star FOLIAGE: Medium green with prominent veins and red stems HABIT: Open foliage with bouquet-like bloom H. x ericsmithii COSEH 790 : USPP #22424 Spring Party H10-14 /14 S20 Z5(-20º) Late Wtr Spr BUD: Cream with pink blush NEW BLOOM: Creamy white MATURE FLOWER: Dusky rose tinged with green FOLIAGE: Green with white marbling and rosy stems HABIT: Tidy and compact H. x ericsmithii COSEH 790 : USPP #22424 Orientalis Varieties Orientalis Varieties (x hybridus) Known as the Lenten Rose, these glorious plants have flowers that vary from nodding to almost upright. Orientalis varieties come in a dazzling array of flower types, from classic singles to frilly, stunning doubles. Bloom colors range from soft yellow to nearly black, in solids and with starburst centers. All Orientalis types are 2005 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. Spring Promise Series H18 24 /24 S24 Z5(-20º) Late Wtr Spr Strong breeding program Propagated by tissue culture, so each variety remains uniform to type First-year blooming Bridget Single blooms in muted shades of white, cream and apple blossom pink Bridget: USPPP Conny Single white flowers densely spotted with burgundy; soft yellow stamens HLR 160 : USPP #21504 Elly Frilly, double, wine-colored flowers with dark veins 'HLR 190': USPP # Frilly Kitty Double, soft lavender pink flowers; pink buds Frilly Kitty: USPPP Orientalis Varieties Winter Jewels Series Large, nodding blooms come in a range of unusual colors. H varies S varies Z4(-30º) Late Wtr Spr Reflects complex and refined breeding Propagated by seed, so a range of colors and characteristics are produced within each variety Commonly blooms the second year, so gardeners must wait to see what they get (the suspense!) Rachel Single, burgundy red blossoms with darker speckles Rachel: USPPP Sally Single, soft yellow blooms shaded with green Sally: USPPP Amethyst Glow Nodding, deep purple flowers with a lighter edge Apricot Blush Blossoms in shades of white to peach, blushed with rosy apricot Berry Swirl H12 14 /14 S24 Large, nodding, double flowers in shades of orchid Black Diamond H15 18 /18 S22 Flowers of nearly black, slate gray, burgundy or red Purple foliage matures to green Orientalis Varieties Cherry Blossom White blooms freckled and veined with cherry red Cotton Candy H12 14 /14 S24 Large nodding flowers in shades of light pink Golden Lotus Double, yellow flowers, many with touches of red Golden Sunrise Single flowers in shades of yellow can be accented with red veins, red starburst center and red blush on petal backs Harlequin Gem Nodding, double, multicolored color combinations, light on the inside, dark on the outside Jade Star Green flowers with burgundy markings Jade Tiger Nodding, double, green flowers; petal tips lightly brushed with purple Onyx Odyssey Double blossoms in shades of purple, slate and black Painted White blooms brushed with burgundy Orientalis Varieties Peppermint Ice H 18-22 /22 S24 Large, double, light pink flowers with dark pink edge Red Sapphire H12 14 /14 S24 Nodding, double, vibrant rose red flowers Rose Quartz Large double picotee with petals edged in rose pink Ruby Wine Single flowers in shades of red, with crested center and white stamens Sparkling Diamond H 12-14 /14 S24 Nodding, double, snow white flowers White Pearl Single white flowers, most with dark red markings, some semidouble More Outstanding Hellebores Ivory Prince H12 18 /18 S24 Z4(-30º) Wtr Spr NEW BLOOM: Cream with pink blush MATURE FLOWER: Soft green with pink hue FOLIAGE: Marbled veining on blue green, with deep burgundy stems HABIT: Compact and uniform H. Walhelivor : USPP #16199 lividus Pink Marble H6 12 /12 S12 Z7(0º) Late Wtr Spr NEW BLOOM: Cream and green with pink blush MATURE FLOWER: Sage green FOLIAGE: Marbled veining on medium green, with purple stems HABIT: Very petite H. lividus Penny's Pink H16 /10 S24 Z5(-20º) Late Wtr Spr NEW BLOOM: Mauve pink MATURE FLOWER: Deep pink FOLIAGE: Blue green with silvery green and pink veining HABIT: Bushy and mounding Silver Dollar H24 30 /30 S24 Z6(-10º) Wtr NEW BLOOM: Soft green and cream with rose blush on reverse MATURE FLOWER: Soft green FOLIAGE: Hollylike, and silver green with hints of rose HABIT: Slow growing and mounding Printed in USA Div2Helle_0615
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