"HELLEBORUS is an ornament for home and garden"

Who has seen once poinsettias bloom is immediately sold

In times when there are not many flowers in the garden, buds Helleborus. It is a plant with a past and a future.

For all the ancients knew the monks Helleborus. And even in the Bible speaks of Helleborus. Contemporary Helleborus is also a product that is widely used in gardens and terrace.

Have you bought a hellebore?

On this website you will find more care tips and suggestions for making creations with hellebore. In addition, you will find here general informationSuch as the history of Helleborus and an overview of the range of Nursery Verboom.


Helleborus is scientifically a 'gender' in the plant kingdom. Different types in Europe and Asia. Of this genus These wild species are the basis of the various species that are currently grown by nurserymen.

Nursery Verboom, Helleborus divided into three main groups:

: This gives white roses for Christmas and after. There are different types available, each with its own heyday. The niger often gets called Christmas rose. However, there are various types who are just starting to bloom. After Christmas Nursery Verboom, jet cleaners for indoors and outdoors.

: These plants bloom in the months of January to March. These nigercors garden plants are robust, hardy and available in different leaf and flower colors.

Spring Rose
: The Helleborus orientalis flowers very early in spring (and winter but has hardly passed) in various colors.


Helleborus is also called hellebore. The reason for this is that who a dried and ground to powder root sniff, should considerably sneezing. That sniff is incidentally not recommended. The root is very poisonous (the present helleborine).

In ancient times it was believed that Helleborus can cleanse the mind can heal sick animals or evil spirits can ward off.

Helleborus, moreover, does have a medicinal effect: it has a laxative effect and is effective in seizures. That sounds nice. But the Helleborus is definitely not suitable for domestic use!

The "Helleborus" & nbsp; is the Latin name.

In other countries, the Helleborus also named:

  • SWEDISH: Julros, Vit julros, Svart prustrot.
  • NORWEGIAN: & nbsp;julerose, hvit julerose, svart nyserod
  • DANISH: almindelig Julerose, Hvid Julerose, Julerose, Sort Nyserod, Kristurt, Nysekrudt, Juleurt.
  • FINNISH: Vaaleajouluruusu.
  • ENGLISH: Black Hellebore, Christmas Rose, Christe Herbe, Melampode.
  • GERMAN: Schwarze Nies Wurz. Christ Rose, Alrschen, Brenfuss, Eisblume, Feuerkraut, Lenzrose, Schneerose, Teufel Kraut, Weihnachts Rose, Wolfszahn, Wranglers Blume.
  • FRENCH: Ellebore noir, Hellebore noire, Rose-de-Nol.
  • SPANISH: Elboro negro
  • ITALIAN: Rosa di Natale
  • RUSSIAN: Геллеборус, Морозник, Рождественская звезда, Роза Христа.


The hellebore grows well in humus and calcium rich garden soil in the shade of other plants. The flowers and leaves are supposedly stalk charge: the steal which they grow, come straight from the roots.

Did you know that Helleborus a special way to protect against frost? During the prince she extracts moisture from the flowers, so they do not freeze. That moisture will be stored in the roots. After the freeze the moisture returns to the flowers.


When Christ was born, all the plants just woke up from hibernation. Then she slept again. With the exception of the Christmas rose. She forgot to return and flourished between the snow and ice. Since that time, the Christmas rose blooms annually to its pure white flowers to announce the birth of Christ:

That flower wondr'en listen

Of which Isaiah spoke

Bloeid'op when through the darkness

The light of the world broke

The poor shepherdess Madelon was on the way to Bethlehem. But because she had no gift to him and no flowers bloomed, she burst into tears. Then something wonderful happened. At the spot where her tears touched the ground, flowers were published as roses. Pure Madelon picked the poinsettias and made a bouquet for baby Jesus.


Helleborus niger grows naturally on slopes in the Alps due to the calcareous soil. Monks and nobles took the plants after visiting the Alps back home as a souvenir. They gave them a place in the monastery or castle. This spread Helleborus & nbsp; is & nbsp; So throughout Europe. & nbsp;

During the Middle Ages naturopaths made use of the toxic properties of the Christmas rose. The plant was later canonized. The reason for this was that the Helleborus flourished around the birth of Christ. & Nbsp;

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