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Commonly called Christmas Rose, Helleborus niger blooms from mid-winter to early spring. Choose a spot where you will be able to enjoy them during this chilly time.
Niger features large, cup-shaped, rose-like, white flowers with crowns of contrasting yellow stamens. Flowers usually appear singly on thick stems which do not always rise above the foliage. Flowers acquire pink shading as they mature. Bloom time varies considerably with the severity of the winter climate (early December in warmer regions to March in the far northern part of its growing range). Niger has a long bloom period of up to two months. Flowers sometimes bloom in the snow and blooms can survive spurts of even sub-zero temperatures. An extremely rugged plant once established. Note: leaves, stems and roots are poisonous.