Layers of chartreuse petals. The green changes as the bloom opens and matures, each shade providing a nice contrast to the deep foliage.
Double Winter Roses have all the hardiness of the traditional varieties with a little extra flair!
Winter Roses give a long lasting floral display, from winter to spring. They are ideal for filling the shady spots in your garden with their have handsome, evergreen foliage and pretty blooms. In short, they are a indestructible and indispensible!
Winter Roses, or Hellebores are durable and versatile in the garden. They grow best beneath deciduous trees, in filtered light or part shade (they don't tend to flower as well in really heavy shade). You can also choose to plant Winter Rose in beds sheltered from hot afternoon sun or even in pots. The flowers are long lasting and measure 5-8cm across.
The blooms open so freely there is plenty for picking - a real boon for winter. A nice way to display them is floating in a bowl as a table centrepiece. The stems can also be picked for vases. You can dip them in boiling water after picking to prolong their life.
Winter to Spring
Cool to Mediterranean