Members of the amaryllis family, crinums once enjoyed prominence in southern plantation landscapes. Those days are over. Now crinums are enjoying a much deserved resurgence of popularity. These showy, trumpet-shaped summer bloomers in white, pink and wine stripes are deliciously fragrant. And remarkably easy to grow. Plant along a path’s edge or in a roomy ceramic pot where you’ll catch the scent on the way to work. Ahh . . . the day’s looking up.