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Thursday, July 24, 2008

Helleborous-Lenton Rose

Propagating Lenton Rose is done by dividing the plant in the fall. It is evergreen in milder zones and flowers from late winter to spring, sometimes up to five months. Lenton Rose reaches a height of 24" in an array of colors: yellow, white, green, red, pink, maroon, primrose, and rose as well as mottled varieties. It is one plant that thrives in a moist well drained soil, think astible, fertilize in spring, that prefers shade but will take some sun and is wild animal resistant because the plant is poisonous.

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