Flower bulbs by leaves alone

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So I’m finding bulbs I didn’t know were there, and some I hadn’t seen even the leaves before. So I’ve got no clue what some of these are. Can you folks help ID them? They grow in clusters like daffodils, but the tip is rounded, and they are bigger.
 

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did you say your new to this property? thought I recalled that from an earlier question of yours. anyway. just wait and be surprised.

LoL. I have 100,000. bulbs that come up. who ever buys my house after I am gone will certainly be in for months and months of surprises.
 
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It was my step moms, we are buying it from her estate cause my step brother wants to move. So I’ve been here throughout the seasons, just hadn’t seen these plants before.
 
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So I dug a bunch up so they won’t get mowed. Big bulbs, about baseball sized, for the bigger bulbs. Allium? Looked a lot like an onion, but they were spreading lime on the field over, so I can’t hardly smell. I now have a 30 gal tote of them. From what I read on allium, they like full sun. My step brother said there was naked lady lillies over there. Maybe?
 
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Did some more research, looks like it may well be lycoris squamigera, also known as naked lady, resurrection lilly. Images of bulbs and leaves match. Notorious for not blooming every year. Especially after transplant.
 

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