Hi everyone, this turned up today. Could some one tell me what it is?
Might be Agapanthus.
Thanks for the sugestion, it was growing in a border in amongst a lot of stuff
If the roots were fat and white, it probably is agapanthus as KEF says.
Thanks sounds like it's an agapanthus, I'm happy
They do have the habit of seeding around easily altho' I am a little surprised at how big this one is . If it is an Agapanthus it is definitely more than 1 year old.
My agapanthus leaves are sort of fleshier and more rounded at the tips. This, however, does rather look like Hemerocallis - Day Lily. Is that a possibility?
Yes, Shrinking Vi....
Deffo looks like hemerocallis to me.
Thanks for your replies, yes a hermerocallis is more of a possibility. It was dug up out of a neighbours garden, she didn't want it anymore and she called it the lily
I thought agapanthus & hemerocallis were the same thing
Hollie: Agapanthus and hemerocallis are not the same! Agapanthus has large heads of blue (sometimes white) flowers later in the seaon; Hemerocallis have lily-like flowers, each of which blooms for a day (hence "day lily") and are preominantly in the yellow/orange spectrum. Let us know how this plant performs - and if you can, post a picture: my money's on Day Lily