Arts & Leisure Gardening

Ask a master gardener: Hellebores, herald of spring

One of the many species of hellebores, the spring-flowering Helleborus x ‘Rio Carnival’ produces beautiful pale yellow blooms with burgundy speckling. photo / Nadie VanZandt

For a stunning display of blooms in early spring, most New England gardens would benefit from the addition of a remarkable perennial — the hellebore.

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