Unlike many Helleborus that have nodding flowers, the flowers of Rosado are outward and even upward facing. Blooming over a long period from late winter well into spring, the flowers have creamy white petals heavily flushed with violet-red shades on both front and back surrounding a button of yellow stamens that are surrounded by green tube-like structures. Needless to say, the flowers are extremely unique, and stand out nicely against the dark green evergreen leaves and red flower stems. Virtually problem-free, this delightful cool-season bloomer graces the dappled shade of woodland gardens at a time when not much else is blooming in the landscape. A wonderful addition to lightly to deeply shaded beds as well as container gardens. Get all the details below!