I have been thinking about a little woodland patch right outside my living room window. Last year, I planted hellebores and sweet little epimediums and now I just want more. This year I will plant my spring containers with a composition similar to this cercis planting.
When the hellebores have overstayed their welcome, they will transition to that sweet garden nook where I can snip selections for early spring bouquets.
I love this gorgeous hand tied grouping of hellebore and pieris from Marigold & Mint
(Images: John Gruen and Marigold and Mint)
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