Helleborus 'Cheryl's Shine'

£19.99

From Rosebourne

Hardy
Outdoor

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Hardy
Outdoor

Why We Love It

'Cheryl's Shine' brings warm pink floral shades to any outdoor space.

Five bowl-shaped petals encase the flower's contrasting cream-white stamen, which often attracts bees.

How to Plant

Plant 'Cheryl's Shine' in partial shade in moist, free-draining soil. It prefers chalk or clay soil with an alkaline pH.

Into the Ground

  1. Dig a hole at least double the width of the plant's rootball.
  2. Mix in some well-rotted compost.
  3. Insert your plant, lining up the top of the rootball with the surface of the soil.
  4. Backfill around the roots and water it well.

Into a Pot

  1. Find a pot at least twice the size of the plant's temporary container.
  2. Raise it onto pot feet to assist drainage.
  3. Add a layer of potting compost.
  4. Pop your plant on top, lining up the top of the rootball with the pot's rim.
  5. Backfill around the roots and water well.

Product Details

Effort Level
Bit of love needed
Location
Border or bed
Flower Colour
Pink
Secondary Flower Colour
White
Current Height
50 - 60cm
Eventual Height
50 cm
Eventual Spread
50 cm
Botanic Name
Helleborus 'Cheryl's Shine'
Light Condition
Partial shade
Planting time
Autumn
Lifecycle
Perennial
Code: SPRTL106580

Delivery

Estimated Standard Delivery £5.99
Delivered within 2-4 working days
Estimated Standard Delivery £5.99  ·  Delivered within 2-4 working days

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