Late January to April
It is scattered throughout the country, but native populations
are mainly in the South and the English-Welsh marches.
For a map see the National Biodiversity Network Gateway
Stinking Hellebore grows in open habitats, e.g., scree, rocky
ledges, open woodland and hedge banks.
Native populations are mixed with garden escapes.
It is a native, robust, smelly, perennial herb growing up to 80cm.
Flowers are in clusters, green-yellow with purple edges and
Leaves are deep green, palmate and toothed.
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