Here in Aotearoa the lilies are blooming gorgeous. I planted some for the first time and am delighted with the results. Deep pink flowers with huge antlers that wobble in the breeze and a delightful subtle scent.
See some more beauties on The Garden of Jury's blog which showcases some other stunners.
Digging up spider plants Chlorophytum comosum is like dealing with the Titanic's iceberg (I'm guessing ).
There may be only a little showing on top but underneath there's twice as much bulk comprising roots and tubers. This sneaky plant also produces plantlets at the tips of branches. Spider plant is clearly focussed on reproducing and takes no risks to ensure there are squillions of offspring.