The drought tolerant and virtually maintenance free crinum lilies have been blooming like crazy, as shown in an older photo from our garden. We have them all over the yard and when they are in bloom, it is a color splash explosion during the warm months.
The foliage of the variety of crinum lilies shown in the photos are not very attractive in the landscape (in my opinion) . . . but they make it up with the explosion of colors when they bloom.
The irritating thing about this plant is that it attracts the huge grasshoppers that are such a problem to get rid of, although they don't do much damage to the crinums. They are shameless!
What I love about the crinum lilies . . . they multiply profusely once you get them established. They are easily propagated by dividing the bulbs.
Here are some links featuring crinum lilies . . .
Pacific Bulb Society
Doofus.org Crinum Page