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Seed Grown Hellebore

I've noticed that some hellebores for sale are described as "seed grown". There will be no variation in color- what you see in the pic is what you will grow.

I guess those that are not seed grown will not be virtual clones. There will be variability among the plants.

Are the non seed grown hellebores stable once in the ground? If I plant several of these will they contaminate each other such that over time they all look alike in terms of color? Are the seed grown stable over time?

I have several different colors in my garden and I worry that they will blend together.


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