Carol Finch doesn’t remember when or why she planted her first Hellebores, but over the years the plant has become one of her favorites and one she enjoys sharing with others.
“They’re very easy to grow,” said the Evans resident. “I have absolutely horrible soil and they do pretty well for me.”
The plants begin blooming in February and March, with the blossoms lasting for several weeks. Finch has Hellebores in purple, pink and white blooming varieties. After they bloom, the plants turn into a beautiful green plant in the garden.