With masses of delicately mottled burgundy-red flowers sitting neatly above lush green foliage in the depths of winter, Charmer will gladden your heart when much of the garden is bare. A smaller and more compact habit than other Hellebores, Charmer is well-suited to patio pots, small gardens and tight spots. With a flower display that lasts for a couple of months you can enjoy the winter joy in the garden, as cut flowers or you can even bring the whole plant indoors for a spectacular indoor flower display, ‘indoors for a moment, outdoors for a lifetime’.
Water requirements are medium once established. Will benefit from an occasional deep soak during periods of extended heat. If growing in containers, care should be taken not to allow to dry out completely. Plant in a well-draining potting media in pots or in an enriched soil in the garden. Tidy after flowering by removing old flower heads. For best results, feed in late autumn and spring with a slow release fertiliser