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Dramatic evergreen architectural plant that rewards one with exquisite cup-shaped, apple-green flowers in late winter and early spring. Use as a fantastic entrance-way focal point or plant it in view from a window where you can see the flowers lighting up even the darkest and rainiest of spring days. Prefers more sun than H. x hybridus and niger. In the wild found only on the islands of Sardinia and Corsica. Deer resistant.
Europe and Western Russia
Shorelines, roadsides, woodland, maquis, exposed mountain tops, hillside pastures and occasionally in stream beds.