HGC® SP Alice

Helleborus x hybridus

February-flowering Lenten Rose Alice cheers up somewhat shaded places together with hyacinths (Hyacinthus orientalis), daffodils (Narcissus), winter windflowers (Anemone blanda) and sweet violets (Viola odorata). This charming Lenten Rose bears double white flowers with a pink rim along the edges and has a compact habit. That’s why is isn't only a perfect, long-lived garden plant. In combined plantings with hyacinths, tulips (Tulipa), forget-me-nots (Myosotis) and daffodils in earthenware containers or baskets, Alice brightens up any partially shaded to shaded place on the balcony, terrace or doorstep.

Flowering time: January
Growth vigor: 30-40cm
Location: partial to full shade
Spacing: 70 cm
Planting time in the garden: spring and fall, when the ground is not frozen
Planting planter: all year around
Companion plants: Galanthus, Hebe, Hyacinthus, Narcissus