I bought a Lenten Rose plant with several stems. But they arrived with their stems and leaves laying close to the dirt. Is that
normal? I want to grow them in pots, but I have two others outside and one of them is almost dead. What am I doing wrong?
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Hellebore does grow close to the ground. They do best in the ground, and will multiply nicely, but you can grow them in containers. Here's how: