Included: 3 plants. The hellebore is a small, non-native, beautiful evergreen perennial that blooms during the winter months and into spring, usually starting as early as late January.
Because it's poisonous, deer leave them alone and their seeds are heavy so they aren’t blown all over the garden. Instead, the seedlings cluster around their parent(s). All that being said they do spread rapidly and are best planted in a garden bed away from natural areas and bodies of water that will spread their seeds and out compete native plants.