*WHITE BAT FLOWER ~ Tacca integrifolia ... Several species are cultivated as ornamental plants for their bold foliage and large flowers. The well-known T. chantrieri goes by the names of Black Bat Flower, Bat-head Lily, Devil Flower or Cat's Whiskers. Tacca integrifolia is known as the Purple or White Bat Flower.
Fritillaria meleagris or checkered lily. Other common names are guinea-hen flower or snakes head. In this photo the flowers are facing upward making it look like a tulip. In the garden the flowers hang downward. They are a spring bulb and go dormant in early summer.
Peacock Flower: Moraea villosa. Moraea villosa is a species of peacock moraea, a group of plants named for the large, conspicuous eye-like patterns on the broad outer petals of the flowers, like those found on the feathers of a peacock.