About Frostkiss Molly's White
Greenish white flowers with green centers. Leaves are heavily veined with silver. Bracts persist through summer. Named for Molly Marriner, wife of conductor Sir Neville Marriner. The Frostkiss series has abundant, out-facing 3" blossoms above brightly marbled foliage. Whiskery centers look like fireworks. Blooms later than other hellebores.
Among the first flowers of spring. Cupped flowers with overlapping, pointed petals. Leathery evergreen leaves. Very long-lived perennial in the right spot; perfect for woodland areas. Needs moist, rich soil and good drainage. Lightly mulch to retain moisture and water well through the summer. Mature plants dislike being moved or divided.