Wordless Wednesday 12/2/14 – Hellebore Ashwood Yellow

Hellebore Ashwood Yellow

Hellebore Ashwood Yellow

11 Comments on “Wordless Wednesday 12/2/14 – Hellebore Ashwood Yellow

  1. I want one! Don’t have a yellow hellebore! Hope you are not too drowned out, although I realize you are more in the hills? Poor people who are flooded!

  2. Now that looks an attractive yellow – could be tempted. Any plans to visit Ashwood this spring Helen?

  3. Beautiful color. I am hopeful my steel-blue ones will bloom this year (I assume they’re steel-blue; that’s what the tag said!). But my white and rose colored ones are beloved as well.

  4. Longtime reader, first time commentator. Absolutely stunning hellebore! Makes me wish we were in Winter looking down the barrel at Spring, rather than at the end of a stinking hot dry Summer (we’e in Tasmania).
    Love love love your blog.

    • Hi Danielle
      So nice to hear from you and glad you like the blog. I read a few Southern Hemisphere ones especially in the winter as they cheer me up!

  5. What a strong color, you’re lucky to be near Ashwood! Shipping plants from there to my garden would break the budget, and the seeds aren’t given away either! Still worth it though

    • Hi Bittster
      Ashwood’s sell seeds although they don’t guarantee what colour they will be. Might be worth a go you never know what you will get

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