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Thread: Season 2016

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    Default Season 2016

    it started last october with helleborus bocconei.
    to tell the truth there was always a hellebore flowering all year long, though those summer flowers give a bit strange feeling.

    h.bocconei 1.jpg

    followed by torquatushybrid. those both i grow in pots because i know they are very early ones, too early for our normal winters.

    grünes.jpg

    i have a very similar plant which i planted in the garden. itīs flowering too as we have had a very mild springlike winter till now.
    yesterday there was a snowstorm, luckily most of my plants are covered with enough snow so ihat there will be no big damage. actually -8°C tendency downwards.

    torquatushybrid 16.jpg

    and the first flowerbuds on some speciesplants.
    torquatus

    torquatus 16.jpg

    croaticus

    croaticus 16.jpg

    hecegovinus

    hercegovinus 16.jpg

    white occidentalis

    white occidentalis.jpg

    odorus
    this one is fragrant.

    helli 3 odorus 15.jpg

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    jeff, the next two hellebores are the first of your seedlings.
    this one has a huge flower.

    helli 1 15-16.jpg

    another one

    a newcomer.jpg

    a newcomer 2.jpg

    cotton candy

    cotton candy 15.jpg

    3.1. cotton candy snow.jpg

    double slatey blue

    double slatey blue 15.jpg

    when i purchased this plant it didnīt have so much veins. the following year it didnīt flower and since two years it is like this, seems stable now.

    hybridus veined 16.jpg

    a simple one

    helli 4 15-16.jpg

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    some more impressions

    bei f.p. 16.jpg

    clownshelli 16.jpg

    dark bud.jpg

    gelbliche.jpg

    foetidus.jpg

    klump 16.jpg

    all those plants are two month avanced.
    and today:

    h. protected.jpg

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    Drooling here in Georgia! Just beautiful!

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    thanks for the nice pictures. They are late here

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    It's fine! Thank you for the photo!

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    I like the veined pink, have often wondered if the veining intensity is affecre0-ted by environmental conditions leading up to flowering.

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    yes, the soil and the temperature!

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    Lubuli, you have some lovely bloomers!! Thank you for sharing them with us.

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    Hello Lubuli,

    Wow, nice plants, the seeds we received from you in 2011 and 2012 are starting to flower now.
    With a winterstop at the moment.
    Will make some pictures when the weather is better.


    Kind regards.

    Gert-Jan

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    oh fine! looking forward to pictures!

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    getting warmer and snow is melting. the hellebores seem to be undamaged.

    clownshellikind schnee.jpg
    Last edited by lubuli; 01-27-2016 at 07:09 PM.

 

 
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