My Hellebore garden has had weeds overgrowing in it and now there seem to be a lot less new hellebores growing
I had many different colours collected over time. Are they likely to still come up and how can I encourage that now in early autumn in Sydney?
15 March 2021 04:19 PM
It will be best to weed the garden bed as there will be competition for nutrients and water with the Hellebores. The different varieties of Helleborus may re shoot and grow from the base of the plant if there is still a root system in the soil.
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