Hurrah for Hellebores – “Hurrah for Hellebores”

Published: August 29, 2022

The World of Hellebores

In February 2013, the Hardy Plant Society ran a study day – ‘Hurrah for Hellebores’.

There were many complements about the day and about the depth of information that was covered.

Particular mention was made of the handout and we are extremely grateful to Diana Guy for permission to reproduce it on this website.

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About the author

Diana Guy lectured on hellebores at Great Dixter last February and she runs workshops and speaks regularly to gardening groups on a range of garden topics. She is a hellebore enthusiast who has opened her gardens (formerly at Welcome Thatch, Witchampton, and now at Kitemoor Cottage, Manswood) for fund-raising hellebore days and workshops for a number of years.

She has an interesting collection of hellebores, many unusual, that she grows in a range of different situations. She loves to share her passion for hellebores with other garden enthusiasts, and is keen to show people how hellebores can be grown well, and demonstrate their versatility.

Diana was BBC Gardener of the Year in 2004 and is Chairman of the East Dorset Plant Heritage group.

HPS Study Days

The Hardy Plant Society, mainly through its various local and specialist groups, run a number of study days each year on various aspects of hardy plants. More details on upcoming study days and other events can be found on the events page