These leave me speechless, Cathy – are they all growing in your garden? If so it’s time for a National Collection!
Tee hee – amn’t I lucky having all these beauties, Annette? I just discovered the ‘Double Lime’, new earlier this year, flowering this morning – she is refreshingly lovely, isn’t she?
Some have it all 🙂
You have a beautiful selection Cathy!
Thanks Pauline – shame they aren’t all named 😉
I love how you did this! Beautiful.
Here’s my Wordless Wednesday.
Thanks – but all I need to do is admire them 😉
Beautiful! This is making me want to start and plant some flowers too. 😀
And why not…? 😉
Your photos are beautiful especially this morning as the temperature is 18 degrees and it is snowing. 🙂
Oh Judy, more snow….. 😦 Yes, they would certainly gladden my heart too if I was where you are!
Oh my goodness, you have some beauties. I love them.
Me too, every one of them 😉
Just love these!
Thanks Catherine – and they hold their flowers for such a long time too
Yes, they really stand out when you see them altogether like this, don’t they?
What a wonderful selection – your garden must look amazing at this time of year
The hellebores are almost all in what I call my ‘woodland edge border’, which is also full of snowdrops now but has things of interest throughout the year.
oh my,how pretty these all are! following your blog now too. Happy WW!
Thanks you and welcome!
Wow – I didn’t know there were so many! And I haven’t got one – I think I will have to do something about that.
You won’t regret it – assuming they will grow OK in your garden.
Like a kid in a sweet shop, I would not be able to pick just one. Fab. D.
Yes, I promise myself I will not buy any more, but then when I see this nice double lime one…. although it was the Golfer who told me to buy it, honest….!
Definitely not hellebored Cathy after feasting my eyes on those beauties!
And it’s lovely to see the clumps maturing and getting bigger each year – and the stems seem to get taller as they do so.
Now that really is something! You bring a new meaning to wordless Wednesday since I can’t think of anything better to say than “wow!”
Do you think there is anyone who would not find them appealing?! 😉
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