Fans of the exotic, take note. Bright colors, recurved petals and long, upswept stamen reminiscent of eyelashes give this flower a strikingly glamorous appearance. Unusual, yes. Diva, no. Lycoris naturalizes where happy and persists with little to no care. . . hardly the actions of a diva. Also known as hurricane lilies and magic lilies, these amaryllis relatives bloom in late summer, often prompted by seasonal rains. While it’s hard to think about late summer, trust us, you’ll want to show these off come September.