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  • Lupin 1Lupin 1 Posts: 8,916

    Might be Agapanthus.

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  • BobTheGardenerBobTheGardener Leicestershire, UKPosts: 11,336

    If the roots were fat and white, it probably is agapanthus as KEF says. 

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  • 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.

  • pr1mr0sepr1mr0se Posts: 1,160

    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?

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  • hollytreehollytree Posts: 36

    Deffo looks like hemerocallis to me.

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  • pr1mr0sepr1mr0se Posts: 1,160

    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 image

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