Hellebores can be grown from seed and will easily self seed in your garden bed.
To improve germination if planting out, mix the seeds through some peat moss and leave it in the freezer for a couple of weeks before sowing lightly, covering the seeds, in some Yates Seed Raising Mix and water well.
All parts of the Hellebore plant are poisonous. Take extra precautions if children are in the garden around this plant.
If your soil is a bit on the dry side, consider applying some Yates Waterwise Soil Wetter to assist with moisture penetration and retention.
After flowering, give the bushes a nice prune to encourage new growth.
Hellebores are great for planting under trees or canopies as they can handle the competition for nutrients.