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Honeyhill Farms Nursery is a small hellebore nursery in the Raleigh Hills area of Portland, Oregon. Visit our garden in January, February or March to view hundreds of hellebores in bloom and to purchase plants in bloom (the best way to buy hellebores). Add your name to our email list and we'll send you a reminder in January. We welcome groups. To make an appointment call 503-292-1817 or email us at email@example.com
Buying our Plants
We do not sell plants by mail. We recommend that people buy hellebores at a nursery when they are in bloom. Ours is a small, “mom-and-pop” nursery in our large backyard. We open it only by appointment and only when the hellebores are blooming in January, February and March.
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Honeyhill Farms Nursery in the News
Honeyhill Farms: a Portland area treasure trove of winter-blooming beauty
By Kate Bryant, Portland Monthly Magazine
Published Feb 21, 2012 at 6:45 am | Updated Aug 28, 2012 at 2:06 pm
If you’re interested in buying some of the most beautiful hellebores in town, just pick up the phone and ring Jim and Audrey Metcalfe. Because the Metcalfes do business the old-fashioned way…. just give them a friendly telephone call and set up an appointment to visit their Southwest Portland home and nursery.
Their nursery, Honeyhill Farm is in their back garden so they keep the hours of 2-5 pm daily during hellebore flowering season, which runs through February and March most years. But make the effort to call and visit, and you can expect to be charmed, not only by the wonderful winter-flowering hellebores and spectacular sheets of pink and white Cyclamen coum, but by your sprightly and interesting hosts.