If you don't want them. I'll have them. I would prepare a bed and carefully group them together, discarding the Lily bulbs. Keep as much of the soil around the roots as possible, they need a relationship with fungi in the soil.
If you don't like the phormium overhanging the path, I would dig it out. You can't prune it like that and get a good result.
It looks like Beech to me too. You can either trim it to keep it small or hedge like, or let it grow into a huge tree. If you trim in late July or August, it keeps its leaves over winter, and drops them in Spring rather than Autumn.
I think it is a Dactylorhiza fuchsii but it could be a hybrid.
Yes they look like hardy orchids, you lucky so and so. I wish they were in my garden.
I can't see a photo, is there one or is it my kindle at fault.?
A couple of metres .
Generally, they trail along the floor, a couple of metres or so.
They have tendrils ,so will cling to a support, but may also need tying on with some soft string.
2nd one is Snow In summer Latin name. Cerastium tomentosum.
No, no, no, muddle up.
Art installations do not count.