'Anna's Red' Lenten Rose produces dark red flower buds on red stems in March. The blooms open over time to dark pink petals (sepals) surrounding chartreuse nectaries and creamy anthers. As the blooms age, they take on shades of darker red and then bronzy green. The marbled evergreen foliage is lustrous for most of the year, but is best removed in late winter in order to display the flowers better. Hybridized in England by R. Davey and L. Windsor, and named after the English garden writer, Anna Pavord.
PRN Preferred: The dark red flowers are beautifully displayed overthe ivory veined green leaves.
USDA Hardiness Zone
Future Crop Ready Date
Helleborus x Frostkiss Anna's Red #1 (pink-red)
Characteristics & Attributes
Partial Shade/Shade Tolerant
Pleasant Run Nursery Preferred Selection
Dry Shade Tolerant
Companion Plants to Helleborus x Frostkiss® 'Anna's Red'