in the garden currently is dominated by pink. From deepest maroon to softest pink, along with swathes of white and splashes of yellow. Hellebores - Helleborus produce their pretty, nodding blooms in winter and early spring through to April, which makes them a valuable asset to any garden. Braving the chill, they are hardy, compact, low maintenance, and their flowers provide valuable nectar for early pollinators. What’s more, most are happy in partial shade, where their evergreen leaves provide interest all year round.make great cut flowers, and an interesting way to show them off, is to snip off the flower heads and float them in a shallow bowl of water.Erica x darleyensis, and not Erica x carnea would be alright. Fortunately there are plenty of colours within the "darleyensis" range, and they too are currently in flower with a variety of colours not unlike those of the Helebores.