Calla lilies, Zantedeschia
We bought these callas two years ago, forced them in the fall of 2005, dried the tubers and planted them outdoors in late spring 2006. Lifted and dried the tubers again that fall and planted them this spring. In each successive year they've steadily grown larger and even the flowers have increased in size forming large misshapen blossoms half the time. The pink one is just starting to bloom and is not as robust as the white. It's in shade for most of the day and that may have something to do with it's lack of vigor.
I was quite taken with the pink flower's quality - like a hand painted photograph. I also converted it to greyscale which I also like but I think the subtly colored one suits the flower more.