The 3 photos below is at home, the grand crinum lily, with powerfully scented multiple flowers in an umbel. It flowers in succession during the rainy months, but not during the dry season. The stem doesn't look like a big onion like the specimen i found in Bislig.
The following photos, except the last, i found in Hagonoy Island, Bislig, Surigao del Sur. It has white flowers, as manifested by the fully green leaves and whitish stems. Also the young developing flower is evidently fully white. It lacks the big bulb of other lilies, but the stem's diameter is >6 inches, looking like a big spring onion stem. The nearly ripening fruit is pinkish though.
Below photos promise a very big flower umbel when fully opened. The fruit is about 1.5 inches in diameter at the middle section.
The bottom flower is at the Bislig Museum grounds. It has white flowers with pinkish stripes, and the plant is small compared to the above two varieties. Compared to the first crinum i have at home with very strong scent, this last one has very, very faint scent. The flowers are already drooping because we saw it around 3pm after the very hot noon sun.
I would like to join in a photo sent just minutes ago by ONE of Onenezz. She has lots of photos of maybe the same crinum with lots of dragonflies, but i opted to choose one with the purple stem among the whites. I guess this will produce purple flowers. Thank you very much for this photo.
She said she hasn't seen the flowers yet, but maybe they are still young to flower, but looking at the size of the plants, flowering is not far away.