In my last post
, I shared photos of the sneaky little blooms of my "Phoebe
" hellebore. I was surprised to see them because there were no signs of them until they popped open.
This morning, I ventured into the cold 39 degree morning to survey a few plants.
Lo and behold, a teeny, tiny flash of pink buried under the "winter wren" hellebore.
Caught ya - you sneaky little plant.
I had to really pull it up to get even a poor photo of it and was afraid it might snap.
But isn't she lovely?
Labels: Hellebore, Phoebe, winter's wren hellebore