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An Abundance of Hellebores

Posted by nanapam02 Raleigh N.C. (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 8, 12 at 20:54

This year I realized I have way too many babies. I cut off the flowers on many of them as a means of plant control. I was thinking about cutting out some of the smaller plants, hoping to kill them. Don't want to dig as there is not enough room. Will cutting the small ones, kill them??


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RE: An Abundance of Hellebores

I usually grab handfuls of the babies and pull them up. If they are big enough to cut, you may have to go back a second time and look for another flush of leaves, but I doubt it at this time of year.


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RE: An Abundance of Hellebores

Hi - If you still have too many hellebores, let me know. I'm up in Richmond, would love to get some of them as I have some areas I'm trying to "naturalize"... Hellebores would be perfect for a couple of them!


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RE: An Abundance of Hellebores

Hi I also would like some Hellebores. I love seeing the cool green and rose tones in the winter. You can email me at the yahoo. Thanx


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RE: An Abundance of Hellebores

sent you an email


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RE: An Abundance of Hellebores

If you still have extra's I would love some starts also. I have tried growing the seed but alas nothing happens. I would be happy to send postage.

Ellie


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RE: An Abundance of Hellebores

If you should find yourself in the same situation, I would LOVE to have any babies you pull up! PLEASE email me. I will be happy to pay for the shipping!


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