Ravishing Belinda!I am in Hellebore Heaven...love the wee droplet of water in the first image.Happy Valentine's Day.
I had no idea what they were called. Now I do!
ummm, those are gorgeous!happy valentine to you too, lovely.xojanet
Gorgeousness! I LOVE hellebores, and these are so beautifully captured! I'm in hellebore heaven here, too. Many of our new varieties planted last summer are just blooming now, as well as some mutts that have been naturally conceived over the years. . . I was just about to put up some photos of them over on the MFG's blog, which I will quickly do before collapsing into bed. : ) Hope all is well!xxoo,Jaime
I often think Hellebores have an almost "orchid like" appearance close up inside the flower head....Enjoy your Valentine's Day xJulie x
Certainly Hellebore Heaven. And I have not seen anything like them in Australia either... gorgeous. Happy Val's day...x
Beautiful! Hellebores are so interesting. And all the more enticing because you have to work a little to see their lovely faces.
Happy Hellebore Day. Home grown valentines are the best valentines.xo Jane
Hi Belinda,I planted some hellebores in our garden but they've not flowered yet. All leaf and no prettiness! I' wondering if I've planted to shallowly. Yours look BEAUTIFUL! Definitely worthy of a Valentine's day post!Sarahx
Dear Belinda, Spotty, Frilly, Plain, Pale, Netted, Double, Single and all colours of the rainbow.....Hellebores I love them every one!!Happy Valentine's Day!!
What beautiful pictures! And I hope you had a wonderful Valentine's Day, too!
Excellent photos! Happy Valentine's Day!
I am learning so much through seeing other's photography. What enticing photos of these flowers (that I can see are called hellebores). I cannot wait to get out there and discover beauties like this with my camera. Wonderful photos!
Thank you all so much for your kiind comment - I love LOVE reading them, not sure I've said that recently!xx
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