I'm not sure what the 6 things in the middle of the flower are. I looked it up and apparently these flowers are poisonous.
Alpes Vaudoises - Switzerland. 1200 m, 22 feb. 2007
Helleborus foetidus - Stinkend nieskruid | Stinking hellebore | HellÃ©bore fÃ©tide | Stinkende Nieswurz
Talking about Helleborus, we always tend to think about Helleborus niger, the Christmas Rose, or about those dark-red coloured Helleborus orientalis.
But, in the Ardens, in the Southern part of Belgium, you can find two native members of the genus Helleborus: there is the rather common Stinking Hellebore (Helleborus foetidus), and the much rarer Green Hellebore (Helleborus viridis).
In contrast with the well-known garden-varieties of H. niger and H. orientalis, our native Hellebores have less obvious green flowers.
Helleborus foetidus, known variously as stinking hellebore /ˈhɛlɪbɔːr/, dungwort, and bear's foot, is a species of flowering plant in the buttercup family Ranunculaceae, native to the mountainous regions of Central and Southern Europe, Greece and Asia Minor. It is found wild in many parts of England, especially on limestone soil.