Sydney, Australia

Hello, hoping someone can tell me what these plants are called and tell me a little more about them

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brainerd, MN(Zone 4a)

what did the flower look like?

brainerd, MN(Zone 4a)

It looks like a daylily...

Bristol, United Kingdom

Agapanthus?

Jacksonville, FL(Zone 9a)

I think I agree with Rlalique… It does look like Agapanthus. Note the stem where flowers were.

Wow…Just noticed the date of the original post….Wonder if they ever came back at all….hmmm

This message was edited Jan 8, 2013 2:44 PM

brainerd, MN(Zone 4a)

I go through the "0" replies every now and again and found this one...hope they didnt give up on us. Sometimes they just get missed.
The part where the flower was is totally not daylily, but thats the closest I could come with the knowledge I have :)

Magnolia, TX(Zone 8b)

not daylily- more like a crinum lily of some nature, I think some have thick roots instead of blooms.

Contra Costa County, CA(Zone 9b)

I also thought 'Agapanthus' seeing the thick leaves and the large roots. Perhaps one of the stiffer, not so arching ones, or maybe that is just because it is lying on its side. The flower attachment looks like it does not have enough flowers, but does have that 'Agapanthus' look.

Magnolia, TX(Zone 8b)

some of these folks don't come back- or try the forums more closely related to their plant. Such as the Australia forum...where the experts are in their region...agapanthus works for me, this is another OLD thread. At a time our forum members were busy making a living and weren't on as often...

Opp, AL(Zone 8b)

Looks like Chlorophytum comosum to me.

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