5 years to reach maturity
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Stinking Hellebore Overview
The flowers and stems of the perennial are bright yellow to grey-green and are arranged in a fan pattern. The foliage is evergreen with pale green bell-shaped flowers which will become outlined in purple as they age. They will self-sow freely or may be divided in early spring. Make sure you divide only large, well-established clumps as this perennial does not like to be disturbed.
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How to propagate Stinking Hellebore
Fresh seed or division in autumn or very early spring.
Other uses of Stinking Hellebore
Rock garden, under shrubs Spring/Winter interest.