I discovered that the garden in the house we bought on the coast last year is full of calla lilies. Many were growing under the hedge that we had removed last year, so I found them in various places. I dug some up to give away and tried to move others, although I tend to confuse them with a weed that has similar leaves.
You have such a tidy garden, Mick! Not a weed in sight. Do you have to put your succulents in the greenhouse during the winter? I hadn't realized they would do so well in an English climate.
Those are great. My only criticism (of the plant, not of Mick) is that such things grow extremely slowly, I think. Being as young and impatient as I am, I like plants that do things faster.
After all, I grew up living with kudzu vine which can grow 30cm a day. It was actually scary, and even more so now that I have read that some of it now grows in Switzerland. It should arrive in Paris by Christmas.
One of the best things about pots is being able to move them around for all sorts of reasons -- a change of season, something coming into bloom, new arrivals or simply when you get tired of the same old arrangement.