This stunningly beautiful (and fragrant) flower has a string of names. Many, like the Naked Lady Lily, the March Lily, or even the Belladonna Lily, aren’t accurate. Amaryllis Belladonna is not a lily, but an amaryllis, even though its flower is lily-like with its trumpet shape and six petals. Its pink or white flowers can be 10cm long and 8cm wide and appear as clusters of gorgeous blooms at the end of very long naked stems. Amaryllis Belladonna's flowers appear (and fade) at the end of summer, before the ground-hugging strap leaves appear to take the plant through winter. These Amaryllis Belladonna beauties thrive in rockeries, barrels or pots where there’s lots of sun and they are never forced to stand in water.