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Helleborus (Ranuncalaceae) foetidus
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Helleborus (Ranuncalaceae) foetidus

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Common name: Stinking hellebore. Evergreen perennial flowering in early spring. Old leaves should be cut off before flowering in spring. Hardy. Prefers semi-shade and moisture retentive soil. Propagate by fresh seed or by division in autumn or very early spring.

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