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In addition to burgundy flowers (tree form vanilla strawberry hydrangea, whose flowers age to burgundy, and Lenten roses — Hellebores — among the earliest blooms of the season, for example), many plants have burgundy foliage.
Deer also tend to leave alone ferns and grasses, as well as daffodils, hellebores, and aconitums, which are poisonous to mammals.
Front and center, a vintage punch bowl corrals an overflowing arrangement of ranunculus, hellebores, bittersweet and amaryllis.
Chezar used pale pink peonies, coral tulips and lilacs—and then add texture and height with sprays of green hellebore and purple fritillaria meleagris.
Hostas, coral bells, geraniums, lungwort, hellebores and epimedium are good companions with spring bulbs.
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Origin and Etymology of hellebore
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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