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  • Blooming in Atlanta 1-30-17

    The hellebores are open pollinated plants growing in my garden. Many of these came up volunteer and I have either moved them or left them where they were growing if they weren't in the way.

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    Oh how pretty!! Enjoying your photos as they say more snow is on the way for us. Thank you for that ray of sunshine.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by karma View Post
      Enjoying your photos as they say more snow is on the way for us.
      Thanks Karma. I'd love a nice snow! We haven't seen snow in several years now.

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      • #4
        thanks for all the flowers .You have a lot already I only have buds.

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        • #5
          Thanks Roelie. I feel very lucky to live where we have something blooming almost all the time.

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          • #6
            donn't eat dee the helleborus perhaps they are poison

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            • #7
              Something has nipped several stems off near the ground but hellebores are considered deer resistant. I've never had trouble with deer eating them.

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              • #8
                Slugs or rabbits??

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                • #9
                  Nice pastels. The picotee blush is an all time favorite, seems to be dominate in your hellebore?
                  No snow for several years? I find long cold snowy winters help build the anticipation of spring!
                  Once a pest has a good taste of a hellebore they usually never return.
                  Nice to see spring!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by karma View Post
                    Slugs or rabbits??
                    Rabbits would be my guess.


                    Thanks for your kind words Bruce.
                    Originally posted by bruce03451 View Post
                    Once a pest has a good taste of a hellebore they usually never return.
                    I hope you are right!

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                    • #11
                      i envy you your spring already. as much as i love winter but it takes too long.
                      mice bites the the floerstems off. have had the same problem some years ago.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by lubuli View Post
                        mice bites the the floerstems off
                        I remember that lubuli. Thankfully they have just nipped off leaves. Could be mice. How about squirrels or chipmunks?

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                        • #13
                          in one of the clematisbooks they wrote the difference between eating stem by mice or slugs
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Roelie View Post
                            difference between eating stem by mice or slugs
                            I know it's not slugs.

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                            • #15
                              if it is only the leaves, then it is some critter who uses them to build a nest. canīt tell anything about chipmunks, we donīt have them.
                              i solved my problem by surrounding the bases of the plants with human hair. got it for free from the barber.

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