Hellebore flower is an evergreen perennial flowering plant belonging to the genus Helleborus. Most species of this genus are poisonous. This plant grows in Europe, from Great Britain to Turkey, while the greatest concentration of the plant is found in the Balkans. The flowers are distinguished by five petals with small cup-shaped nectaries. Pretty in appearance, these flowers are widely grown in gardens for decoration. Due to its toxic nature, this plant holds an important place in folklore. In witchcraft, it was used to summon demons, while Christians believed that it sprouted in the snow from the tears of a girl who had no gift to give to the baby Jesus.