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Helleborus argutifolius 'Pacific Frost'

Height to 40 cms. Ivory coloured flowers. Evergreen, variegated, speckled leaves. Dry, well-drained soil. Open woodland, light shade. Year one plants.
$15.00

Height to 40 cms. Ivory coloured flowers. Evergreen variety with variegated, speckled leaves. Dry, well-drained soil. Open woodland or light shade.  Year one plants.

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