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Helleborus Harvington Yellow

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By Amy2


Helleborus    Harvington Yellow



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An unusual colour combination.

18 Feb, 2019

 

That's a really nice one.

18 Feb, 2019

 

What a gorgeous hellebore Amy.....

18 Feb, 2019

 

Could be the Orientalis type ...

19 Feb, 2019

 

Thanks Girls , I think you're right Shirley I had some Orientalis at 'The Hollies ' I dug some Hellebore plants up before we moved it was late autumn / winter I couldn't tell which ones I had
....

19 Feb, 2019

 

Well this one is just lovely, well done Amy!

19 Feb, 2019

 

Lovely Amy. Hellebores flower for a long time and the leaves are nice shapes too.

20 Feb, 2019

 

This one looks like Harvington yellow Amy.

20 Feb, 2019

 

That's an unusual markings. I think Helebores have done really well this year.

20 Feb, 2019

 

Thanks Linda / Julia , 3p I had a Harvington yellow in my previous garden it was definitely much more yellow without the mauve thanks anyway :o)

20 Feb, 2019

 

I just thought it looked like this one.

https://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/helleborus--hybridus-harvington-yellow-speckled/classid.2000003696/

20 Feb, 2019

 

3p Thanks for correcting me you're absolutely right , my mistake I've checked back with my old garden files from 'The Hollies ',It was the Helleborus Mellow Yellow I was thinking of I'm not sure if I dug one of those up to bring with me ,I'll rename this and put it on file ,thanks :o)

21 Feb, 2019

 

Your very welcome Amy lovely name too. Its handy to know the names of the plants we have incase we ever need to replace or want to get another. As I mainly buy from cheap shops most of my plants don't have labels unless I go to the park where there is a cheap charity nursery where I went today 😁

21 Feb, 2019

 

We use to be able to go to a council run nursery 3p they grew all their own plants but also opened it up to the public to earn some extra money to cover the town planting costs ,it was mainly worked by volunteers , we don't have anything like that here , I find car boots a a good place to buy cheap trays of plants in the spring ..

22 Feb, 2019

 

That's what this one was Amy to grow the town flower beds but now they ve got contractors in this one is also volenteers the disabled do it. If you get in the town at the right time when they lift the plants the contractors will let you have them.

That is where I use to go carboots Amy but I have no one to take me and no longer have a car so its either bus or taxi and I won't go on my own as I suffer panic attacks.

22 Feb, 2019

 

It sounds as though its something the council do in a lot of towns 3p , Car boots are often situated in difficult to get at places on farm land etc. it would make the trip far to expensive if you had to take a taxi .. Shame !

24 Feb, 2019

 

I think it is Amy its a shame it puts local people out of work.
Yes they are a good distant away and would be very costly that if any are willing to to take an electric chair which most now are not.

24 Feb, 2019



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