HELLEBORUS CORSICUS (ARGUTIFOLIUS)
(Helleborus argutifolius). Prickly-edged grey-green leaves on stout stems holding clusters of large, pale green, upturned flowers with green nectaries and stamens. A long lived stalwart.
Sow these seeds IMMEDIATELY you receive them, NO MATTER WHENEVER THIS MAY BE! They depend on having SEVERAL MONTHS in damp compost, (NOT DRY IN A FRIDGE) before they will germinate IN THE COLD, usually between November and March in the Northern Hemisphere, regardless of when they are sown. Keep the seed tray in a cold place, e.g. a shady corner. Never use any artificial heat as this will prevent them from germinating. Keep ungerminated seed pots for at least two years!
Seeds / gram:100 (Approx)