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hellebore ivory prince
Helleborus xhybridus
Patent Status: U.S. Plant Patent #16,199
USDA Zone 4.
(-30°F or -34.4°C).              

Large ivory-white blooms blushed apple green, antiquing to pink & mid green in color.

Robust green-grey foliage with pale veining.
Compact mounding habit 18” x 20”.  
Full sun – partial shade, moist well fertilized soil.

Key Features

Helleborus Ivory Prince
(‘Walhelivor’) has prolific ivory flowers flushed with pink and streaked with green and rose hues that deepen with time. The outward-facing, long-lasting blooms appear late winter-early spring. The unusual silvery mottled evergreen foliage makes Ivory Prince attractive through all seasons and is a highly desirable plant in the border or container. It's consistent vigorous growth habit of tidy evergreen foliage makes this a grower and retailer’s dream crop. It prefers well-drained, moist, fertilized soil. In mild climates it will tolerate full sun, plant in part shade elsewhere. In cold areas mulch will help protect the plant during winter. Being fully evergreen, the oldest leaves should be removed if they become shabby. Cut back flowers when they have fully faded. Ivory Prince tends to be resistant to deer and voles and is drought resistant once rooted in.

Vigorous grower. 

Early season flowering.

Masses of large ivory – white blooms.
Exceptionally long flowering period.  
Great garden performance.
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