Just something delightfully odd today, but not something I have actually grown. This is Gethyum atropurpureum, a bulb that flowers in spring and comes from Santiago, Chile. It is related to alliums and has unusual, brownish flowers. It is fairly hardy but needs dryness when cold and a summer, dry rest so will never be something to grow outside in the UK.
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Funny that but this has just grown and flowered for me in my lawn in Birmingham
Really!!!! That is extraordinary. Where on earth did it come from? Lucky you!