Is it also known as a Kaffir Lilly? delightful isn't it.
Papi Jo said:
Hi @Evecake That could be Schizostylis coccinea ‘Major’, with its petals larger than the "normal" Schizostylis coccinea. See https://www.perennials.com/plants/schizostylis-coccinea-major.htmlApart from being politically correct, another good reason to prefer the scientific/botanical names over the common names is that the latter can be applied to more than one species. Just found out that this is the case with "Kaffir lily", which can be either the Clivia miniata or the Hesperantha coccinea (formerly Schizostylis coccinea). I've got a pale pink (almost white) Hesperantha coccinea specimen in my garden (in Brittany, France) which is in flower at odd times of the year, but mostly in autumn. Here's a pic.