A few growers, often represented on eBay, are offering quite a variety of Lycoris. (about 20 sp and cv on offer now: pink, white, "blue", yellow, orange, and red).
In my garden the easy, Lycoris squamigera, has proven semi-recalcitrant; but it will grow well for others, here in Massachusetts, (NE) USA.
I wonder how others are doing with a wider spectrum of these plants? They can be divided between fall and spring foliage varieties, and generally the fall foliage ones likely do not tolerate the cold north.
Lycoris aurea in our garden
That one certainly brightens
That one certainly brightens up the garden!
This is the first of only two
The first Lycoris this autumn in our garden is Lycoris elsae - sometimes called the Champagne Lycoris!
Lycoris aurea is still in bud,