That's probably it graham, I think it has a new name now
Definitely aroid not lily
It isn't hardy, just as you suspected kathy.
I saw it in a pot with a non-hardy phytolacca and a verbena I've forgotten the name of
Not sure I'd take something out of a GH and plant it this late in the year. Stand them outside for a month and see how they do.
I'll go with the phygelius votes
I think it's an arisaema.
Might be some sort of campanula
I saw something that looked like this today and was told it was a Plectranthus. I've had a look at Plectranthus ciliatus and it does look like it.
see what you think kathy
Life doesn't work like that. Yew is yew, apples are apples. They don't merge.
I would be more concerned that the fruit trees won't have space to grow