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4.7 ⭐ Rating | 🚚 London Zones 1-4 | 💸 Free Delivery Over £50
⭐ Rated 4.7 | 🚚 London Zones 1-4 | 💸 Free Delivery Over £50

Botanical Name: Helleborus niger

Christmas Rose

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Original price £13.99 - Original price £13.99
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£13.99 - £13.99
Current price £13.99
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Why we love it

A real Winter blessing, as she blooms in the colder months!

  • Perfect to plant now: all our plants are perfect to plant now and we select perennials, so they'll live on year after year
  • Easy-going: keep her soil moist and she'll be happiest in partial shade, but will do ok in full sun if necessary!
  • Dazzling white: she's a real dazzler, with her lush white flowers and rich green leaves
  • Pop her on a table or the windowsill: she may be small, but she's a great display plant for a table or a windowsill
  • Beautiful winter flowers: Christmas Rose is at her best between November and February, where she brings some much needed brightness to the darker months

Pot Size: 2L


Plant: height 26 cm x spread 26 cm

Nursery Pot: height 11 cm x diameter 11 cm


What our customers are saying...

I highly recommend to anyone who loves nature and may be stuck in a flat in the city

Nikhil, London

Lovely products and excellent service

Caitlin, London

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Christmas Rose likes

Christmas Rose likes

🌞 Light
Partial shade

💦 Water

📐 Height & Spread
26 cm & 26 cm

🌵 Compost-type




Partial shade


East–facing, North–facing, West–facing

Fully grown

0.1–0.5 metres


Flexible with their delivery times, plant arrived in immaculate condition

George G., London

Brilliant service, and the plant arrived in great condition (and as impressive as pictured)

Peter S., London



📆 Season of interest:
Spring, Winter

🌷 Flowering time:
January, February, March

🌸 Flower colour:

🌿 Foliage:

Semi evergreen

🍂 Foliage colour:

Bee friendly?


Wildlife friendly?


Pet safe?
Baby safe?



Black hellebore is a winter-blooming perennial in the Ranunculaceae family, hence its nickname of 'Christmas Rose'. The scientific name comes from the Greek words 'Helein', meaning injures, and 'Bora', meaning food, referring to the toxic properties when the plant is eaten. The specific name 'niger', which means black, is in reference to the color of the roots.



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