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Despite the Winter Rose name, hellebores aren't related to the rose family at all. In fact, they're members of Ranunculaceae, the buttercup family.
Hellebores were associated in Mediaeval folklore with witches; it's easy to see why when you see their mysterious and moody blooms gleaming from the shadows - they're a bewitching display!
They're a delight during the cooler months of the year, putting on a prolific display of large, bell shaped flowers right throughout winter and into early spring.