Beautiful elegant trees - just don't prune it or even knock any branches off - it will send up loads of suckers.
As jo says, have a look here http://www.gardenersworld.com/search/
In this link the flowers are described as sterile http://www.plantdelights.com/Helleborus-Pennys-Pink-for-sale/
It does look to me like a Jalapeno - but that's a very uninformed guess - I'm more used to eating them, I've never grown them.
Some (not all) landowners put pressure on the gamekeepers - they don't need to 'give instructions'.
It works for me
try this https://instagram.com/p/6-JLQZQGdi/
Sorry, not a chilli ID expert - hopefully someone will know
Although they have a reputation for doing well in dry shade, I find pulmonarias really benefit from being kept damp for the first couple of summers until they are well established. A bucket full of water may well do the trick
Rb - glad you're feeling a bit better
I'd better go out there and get the washing in - it's clouding over
They've been increasing in mid Wales - I saw my first one there over the Elan Valley in 1975
The money the grouse moors bring in