Re: hellebore question
You will probably want to thin them so that they won’t be competing with each other or the parent plants. You have two options. 1. Remove the seedlings that are growing too close to the adults and thin out the remaining. Toss the extra plants. 2. Carefully transplant the seedlings to wherever you desire them to grow. Hellebores are reasonably easy to transplant when they are seedlings. (I have had better luck moving Helleborus foetidus seedlings to fill in a bare spot than planting a new adult plant from the nursery.) Using a small trowel scoop up under the seedling and move with the rootball intact. If you do find you need to touch the seedling in order to move it, hold it by the leaves rather than the stem which is easily damaged.