Crinum x powellii probably. Likes good moist soil. Christopher Lloyd grew some in a bog. They're sad things on my dry soil. Bulbs get enormous, plant it out, sun and moisture and wait.
My Rhino has been very good. 11 years and no problems except the gutter is too narrow. That may have been rectified
Hi Faywray, welcome to the forum.
The glass of wine and admiration of the garden is essential.
It's very pretty. I'd love a wall with that growing in it.
Our native plants don't get the respect they deserve.
Cymbalria muralis, ivy leafed toadflax
That's not me Hosta.
But if it's a hellebore it must be foetidus.
Apart from Yellow Rattle, scattering seed in grass is very unreliable
no thunder yet but we've had a bit of everything else. It's more like winter than it was in winter