They are wilty and the flower stems are soft
They are not dead, but they are not happy! These two articles will help you to know what these plants require to be happy:
I am moving and want to bring my beloved hellebores with me!
Sure! Since they prefer shady locations, the coming heat won't be as much of a concern. Just be sure to do as little damage as possible when doing so.
Just bought this potted helleborus and it was wilty so I watered,it perked up nicely but now leaves are turning yellow.whatbis going on?
It looks like you have it indoors which can be tricky. Lighting and temperature will be key. They don't like overly moist soil, so when you watered it, it may not have drained well. Be sure there isn't any standing water for it to absorb and be sure the soil is well draining.
These articles should help:
I bought Hellebore plant not long ago, it is taller than Hellebores I had some years ago that did very well. I don't know what to do, the centers of the plant changed, disappeared almost and several of the stems and flowers bend down to ground of pot. Can you give advice? Is this some of the Black Death? Where I live is now cold and damp and often rainy. I have the plant generally in shade but with some sun. Brought the plant in the apartment now, very concerned. Beatrice
It may be getting too much moisture and not enough drainage. If it were Black Death, you would see black splotches on the leaves and flowers. It is usually a disease of nurseries, not home gardens. These articles should help:
I think that they will recover. Usually, you will want to cut them during early spring, however, due to the irritating sap. This article will help:
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