Since they are naked, they kind of hide behind the large
leaves of their neighbors the Angel Trumpets, next to a
It still isn't clear to me whether these are Lycoris squamagera not Amaryllis belladona.
As best I can determine by looking at many web sites where the waters get further muddied, these are Lycoris because they grow in cold winter, wet summers. The foliage appears with daffodils and dies off in late May. These grew in my Mother's garden and Brother Mack helped me get bulbs before the place was sold, one of the few plants I have that actually came from her garden in North Georgia.