|Helleborus lividus subsp. corsicus, Helleborus argutifolius
|USDA Hardiness Zone
|Canadian Hardiness Zone
|RHS Hardiness Zone
|-15 – -10
|An evergreen perennial to 1 m in height.
|Flower borders and woodland and natural landscapes.
|Grow in neutral to alkaline soils that are moist, fertile and humus-rich. Partial shade is ideal but can tolerate full sun.
|Aphid, snails, and leaf spot.
|Stems broaden slightly at the point where the flowering shoot emerges from the stem to carry a head of 20-30 flowers.
|Strong stems with leaves composed of three spiny-toothed dark green leaflets.
|Bowl-shaped, nodding, pale green flowers 4-5 cm in width borne in large open clusters.
|Trebah Garden Trust, Mawnan Smith, Falmouth, Cornwall, United Kingdom.
|By sowing fresh seed.