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Lenten rose

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Brighten your garden with hellebores, also called Lenten roses. These shade-loving beauties resist deer and come back reliably for years.

Learn about popular varieties of shade-loving, deer resistant hellebores, also called Lenten roses, with the experts at HGTV.

Lenten Rose Care And Planting Guide (How to Grow Hellebores)

Learn just how easy Hellebore care is with these tips on planting, fertilizing, and pruning Lenten Rose (as well as some great varieties)

All About Hellebore; the Lenten Rose - The Good Earth Garden Center

Learn all about hellebore plants in this post; from where to plant to how to plant, from the right fertilizer to all about the blooms.

Add Color to Your Winter Garden - Lenten Rose Gold Collection® ‘Pink Frost’

Find colorful flowers and shrubs to add color to your winter landscape with DIYNetwork.com.

All About Lenten Rose

Learn all about Lenten rose, (aka Helleborus) and how to use this lovely, deer-resistant early bloomer in your home garden. Includes advice on siting, creating a pleasing overall design with complementary flowers, and general growing advice.

How to Plant and Grow Hellebores | Gardener’s Path

Do you want to grow a colorful plant that blooms when others are still in winter dormancy? Learn how to plant and grow hellebores now on Gardener’s Path.

5 Reasons You Should Plant Lenten Rose

Looking for easy care perennials that bloom in early spring? Here are 5 reasons you should plant the lenten rose.

Add Winter Color with Lenten Roses #roses #lentenroses #McCabes

Lenten roses add gorgeous color and a unique flair to late winter gardens. Click here to learn more on how lenten roses can add some winter color.

How To Grow and Care for Lenten Roses and Other Hellebore Varieties

Hellebores, or Lenten roses, get their ecclesiastical nickname from their growing season. It begins in winter and extends into spring, surrounding the season of Lent. While the long-lived plants add color to the garden for several months in winter and spring but are also appreciated for their attractive foliage.