BALLERINA RUFFLES LENTEN ROSE
A lovely, long blooming hellebore, ‘Ballerina Ruffles’ dances gracefully through the early perennial garden. Double blooms begin in late winter and hold their color for up to twelve weeks. Flowers can have purple speckling and come in shades of pink ranging from blush to the deepest rouge. These plants need winter sun, but shade in the summer, so the best planting spot would be under deciduous trees. Cut tattered foliage to the ground in late spring.