Hellebore Honeymoon Series

In this post I highlight the Hellebore Honeymoon Series Perennials growing in my early spring landscape.  Check out the beautiful blooms of the these Hellebores or Lenten Roses as they first start putting on a flower show.  I share a video taken on a cool early spring day has the new blooms are in full show.

Hellebores Honeymoon Series Video

As I lay on the ground in the dried leaves and moist spring soil to take this video I am so thankful!  This is truly a dream come true to share with you these beautiful flowers I have blooming in my home garden landscape.  One of the first to bloom in late winter is the hellebore. perennial.  The ‘Snowbells’ (not in the video) were blooming in late December.  Please enjoy this video and don’t be shy – ask questions here on my website.  I’d love to help you make your dreams come true by growing this amazing perennial too!

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This video can be found on my Bren Haas Channel on YouTube.  If you have a issues viewing this content please reach out and let me know.

More About The Hellebores Honeymoon Series

Wedding Bells Hellebores | Honeymoon Series
Wedding Bells | Hellebores

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These beautiful plants come from Walters Gardens in Zealand Michigan.  The HONEYMOON® Series from hybridizer Hans Hansen.  The Hellebores are the harbingers of spring, blooming for six weeks.  The blooms usually start in my garden after Christmas in December.  They are often flowering during the Christian season of Lent, from which they get their common name, Lenten Rose.  This is the perfect plant for naturalizing in moist, woodland areas where its extensive root system will spread as far as it is allowed. 

More Post About Hellebores On My Site

Click on the blog post to find out more about the other Hellebore Post on my website.

Let’s Connect

Do you grow Hellebores?  I would love to hear from you and do tell what you think of this amazing collection.  Be sure to leave your comment on my website. 

Happy Spring Gardening,

Bren Haas

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