@grandmagizzy @jaynehynesburton we planted the yellow crown imperial fritillaries in the fall. They are supposed to be pretty but not pleasantly aromatic. In fact, we planted them as a deer repellent to keep the deer away from our young Pine trees!
You won't be disappointed @grandmagizzy 👌🏼 - check out mine under from earlier this year under #fritillary . And as @gjones says, they can be a bit potent as they break through the soil. I tend to find the smell wears off after about a couple of weeks. They don't like to sit in water so give them plenty of drainage, and perhaps plant the bulbs on their sides - they have a little hole in the top which is at risk of collecting water and will cause rot. Planting on side avoids this 👍🏼