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About: Often is just called “hellebore” from its genus name (Helleborus), and is not a rose at all. It gets this name from the fact the flowers somewhat resemble a small single rose, and it blooms in the north in early spring. The name hellebore comes from the Greek “elein” meaning to injure, and “bora” meaning food. This being said, it is a toxic flower and cannot be ingested. Pet owners be ware.
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