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folini

Date

March 11, 2014 03:09 PM CET

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m3r41ck

Date

April 1, 2014 12:30 PM PDT

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What

Christmas-rose Helleborus niger

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mirkogaluppi9

Date

March 8, 2014

Place

Galbiate (Google, OSM)

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patriciagr

Date

March 15, 2009

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finrod

Date

May 17, 2009

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What

Christmas-rose Helleborus niger

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marijan_stupar

Date

the past

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What

Genus Helleborus Genus Helleborus

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thoreau2u

Date

January 13, 2013

Place

Fremont CA (Google, OSM)

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finrod

Date

September 7, 2004

Description

very common in the woods around the gorge

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What

Lenten-rose Helleborus orientalis

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jkendall

Date

March 22, 2013 04:02 PM EDT

Description

#plant My favorite spring-time herald!

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danra2

Date

June 6, 2013

Description

Helleborus.

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What

Lenten-rose (Helleborus orientalis) Helleborus orientalis

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afowler

Date

May 21, 2013 11:14 AM PDT

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What

Stinking hellebore Helleborus foetidus

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lisad22

Date

May 9, 2012

Description

I'm not sure what the 6 things in the middle of the flower are. I looked it up and apparently these flowers are poisonous.

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What

Lenten-rose Helleborus orientalis

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bluehoneysugar

Date

April 15, 2012

Description

A flower with pinkish purple petals and white filaments. Pretty numerous in number in a shrub, these flowers have a radius larger than a ping pong ball but smaller than a baseball. The leaves are more or less the same size as their flowers and have a shape similar to suit of spades for a playing card. All leaves have a clear vein running in the middle and some leaves face opposite from their pair.

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Lenten-rose Helleborus orientalis

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lmcthe01

Date

April 20, 2012

Description

Green flowers with purple insides.

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What

Stinking hellebore (Helleborus foetidus) Helleborus foetidus

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ashersh

Date

April 17, 2012

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ashersh

Date

April 17, 2012

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What

Lenten-rose Helleborus orientalis

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tessaf

Date

March 27, 2012 06:14 PM PDT

Description

Overcast sky with a moderate wind. The temperature was about 48 degrees Fahrenheit. This plant was located in a garden area outside the back entrance of Hansee Hall near the Hughes Penthouse Theather. It was surrounded by smaller bushes, some more of its own kind, and a few unidentifiable species of plant. There were plenty more of this species in an area on the path toward McCarty past Hansee. I was particularly captivated by the color of the petals and by the fact that the flowers all drooped as if they were extremely heavy. This flower does not have petals in the traditional sense, it actually has sepals around small nectaries. These sepals remain on the flower for many months out of the year. Interestingly, this species is used as a weight loss supplement in Russia.

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What

Stinking hellebore Helleborus foetidus

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naturalist

Date

July 11, 2011

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naturalist

Date

July 27, 2011

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Tiggrx

Date

April 10, 2011

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What

Stinkend nieskruid Helleborus foetidus

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annetanne

Date

February 22, 2007 02:30 PM CET

Description

Alpes Vaudoises - Switzerland. 1200 m, 22 feb. 2007

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annetanne

Date

February 16, 2009 12:00 PM CET

Description

Helleborus foetidus - Stinkend nieskruid | Stinking hellebore | Hellébore fétide | Stinkende Nieswurz

Talking about Helleborus, we always tend to think about Helleborus niger, the Christmas Rose, or about those dark-red coloured Helleborus orientalis.

But, in the Ardens, in the Southern part of Belgium, you can find two native members of the genus Helleborus: there is the rather common Stinking Hellebore (Helleborus foetidus), and the much rarer Green Hellebore (Helleborus viridis).

In contrast with the well-known garden-varieties of H. niger and H. orientalis, our native Hellebores have less obvious green flowers.