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Clusters of 2 to 2½ inch diameter multi-colored (light olive green inside, white to light pink outside) flowers in a circular array about four feet in diameter. The clusters are joined by rhubarb-colored branches to a common root system at the center of the circle.
Pacific northwest suburban neighborhood.
Spotted the front garden of a residence. The first image is a close-up of the flowers on a single cluster. The second and third images show the circular array of clusters. It may be that this spotting is the hybrid Helleborus x sternii, which is a hybrid of H.argutifolius and H.lividus.