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Looks like Vriesea hybrid.
Vriesea Bromeliads and Vriesea Hybrids - The John Arden Collection
Looks like salvia coccinea...common name Scarlet sage.
Just noticed your 3rd pic...see it trimmed below
Am sure now it is Dichorisandra sp.
Maybe one with different leaves.
Would like to see an open flower.
Maybe Dichorisandra thyrsiflora ?
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It is Corydalis sp
Many super named cultivars.
Flowers can be white, yellow, pink, red, mauve or blue....
In our old garden they did best in woodland in damp, acid soil in dappled shade...rather sheltered
Here they thrived to form very large patches....
There are many named cultivars..new ones are being introduced all the time.
Very hard to put an accurate name to them.
I find it helps to really zoom in.
Original image blown up...then detail/markings can be seen
Many of the Tricyrtis we used to grow had plain green leaves.
Most of the flowers were spotted..but not all.
tricyrtis leaves - Google Search...
Osmanthus delaveyi is quite common in UK. The leaves are tiny.
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In our old garden we collected plants,shrubs, trees.....many were unusual and rare.
Other people would collect stamps...we collected plants! I...
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Looks like Amsonia sp.
In summer leaves are green ,with wishy washy pale blue flowers, but in the autumn it goes this...
Tree is big , it will not be noticed if you pick a small branch to take clear, sharp pics.
No sign of any autumn colours.
Is it evergreen?
Just to clarify large pic above is copied from www.
Cladrastis wilsonii - Trees and Shrubs Online
Cladastris wilsonii seems to be extremely...