This grower is sure of this plant identification.
Helleborus hybridus used to be called Helleborus orientalis, common name Hellebore. I have many un-named Hellebores in different colours, all grown from seed. These plants do not come true from seeds so flower colour cannot be guaranteed, you can get lucky and get something truly beautiful or just something ordinary, that’s the beauty of raising from seed. There are both single and double flowers among the seedlings, they are young plants that will need a couple of years before they will flower.
Hellebore, Christmas rose
Helleborus genus (Hellebore). These are perennials, some of which are evergreen. Most of the deciduous species retain their old leaves over the winter; these should be cut off in early spring as the flower buds develop. They will produce beautiful flowers which will bloom in white, green, red or purple. It is excellent in woodlands. Fully to half hardy. Prefers semi-shade and moisture-retentive, well drained soil.
Most deciduous species retain their old leaves over winter. These should be cut off in early spring as flower buds develop.
Grown for their winter and spring flowers.