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Helleborus x lemonnierae 'Walberton's Rosemary' PP 19, Hellebores have long been grown in gardens, although originally for their medicinal properties. Hellebores are filled with alkaloid toxins and have been used both as a poison and a purgative. Because of their toxicity, Hellebores are prized as "deer-resistant" garden plants for areas suffering from deer or similar wildlife pressures. A true testimonial for the durability of Hellebores are those growing at the old Raleigh garden of NC's famed garden writer, the late Elizabeth Lawrence. Her Raleigh home, from which she moved in the 's, is still filled with wonderful clumps of Helleborus x hybridus, despite being used as a fraternity house for several decades! Hellebores are renowned for their tolerance of drought and neglect, although they truly thrive when grown in a moist, but well-drained soil.