Helleborus orientalis White is a bold display of outward facing flowers with creamy white or dull yellow petals and slight tinges of purple around its pistil. Vibrant flowers appear atop slender, naked stems and are surrounded by lobed evergreen foliage that maintains its appearance in moist, well-drained soil.
Helleborus orientalis White tends to bloom in early springs under partial shade and is a fantastic cut flower. It is an ideal perennial for naturalizing informal areas and can survive in a wide variety of environments, from containers to woodland gardens. Although Helleborus orientalis White is a beautiful cut flower, deadheading can prevent self-sowing and effect future blooms.