The well-established ones (now in their 3rd year) are covered with flowers:
The biggest one has very pale pink flowers.
Funnily enough, on the same plant some of the flowers have plain petals, whereas others are "crinkly".
This dark-coloured one was given to me last year by my friend Alice, a very accomplished florist. Her website is here - Lock Cottage Flowers.
The plant is not big yet, but the flowers are lovely.
There are lots of buds like this coming up, so hopefully in a few weeks I will have a more comprehensive display. I have found that Hellebores grow very slowly!
I'm not sure about this one. It doesn't look very healthy to me.
This is the "Red Spotted Hybrid" one that I bought at a Garden Centre two years ago. The leaves are very mottled. This usually means one of two things: either it has a mineral deficiency, or it has been affected by a virus. I'll try feeding it and see if that makes any difference. If it doesn't I will consider disposing of it.
Meanwhile, my tiny Hellebore seedlings have been nibbled by slugs, so after taking this photo I have put some slug pellets round them. Having been in the ground since June, these are too precious to lose!
There are 9 seedlings in that pot, and two of them are now just bare stems.