Hi @lesliecole49 its #loosestrife if you want any gap filling try this! Beware, its rampant! I was given some when I moved and it has resulted in splashes of yellow all over the garden. I do love it. Ive now returned the favour and given loads of it to friends!
The Calla Lily r loved over her but it's hard to be successful with them at least in the south... it gets so hot. And look your telling Leslie how the grow ramped It funny how here we'd like things you have and visa versa!!!!! They are stunning and a lot bigger than any I've ever seen. A lot of women here have calla lilies in their wedding
I think they would be ok as mine like water but you would need to remove in winter as they don't like frost. If thou put enough compost/grit around the roots perhaps, that's what I've done in my clay area and plants are doing better!
Think one of my favourite plants @SylviaDavies can't wait to divide mine @SylviaDavies I grow mine in clay @kpnutz3350 I believe there are 2 types: one with solid colour leaf and white flower which is hardy; then one with mottled leaves which comes in variety of colours egg, purple, pink, orange, yellow which are frost tender. I leave my white ones in the garden and I'm in Cambs which may make the difference not sure. Other in pot so I can protect in winter.