They are a naturally occurring native species but not common.
Also known as Bird-in-a-Bush. It grows in moist, shady soil and the flowers may be red, mauve, purple, or white.
They are commonly known as grape hyacinths: tight clusters of fat little bells with a grape juice fragrance.
This old-fashioned beauty blooms profusely in spring and sporadically through the summer.
Commonly known as Petticoat Daffodil. It blooms prolifically over a long season and its attractive foliage of dark green leaves is almost evergreen.