Thick, blue-green, silver-washed foliage with prominent serrated edges held by deep red petioles on compact, multi-stemmed plants. The flowers appear in clusters at the top of each stem in late winter. They are small and cream coloured with a dusty rose blush on the back of each tetal. A cross between H. argutifolius and H. lividus. As with all stemmed hellebores plant in more sun than the hybridus types. Deer resistant.
Europe and Western Russia