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This is a lavender known as LAVANDULA X GINGINSII - Goodwin Creek Grey Lavender. Wanted to clarify that it is not Russian sage from a previous answer.
Too me is an Ornithogalum, maybe a O. umbellatum (grass lily, nap-at-noon, or eleven-o'clock lady). Same family of Zephyranthes. These plants should build a lot of small bulbs. Coul can try to dig around roots and move such small bulbs in the new place, to see if they like the new place. And as all bulbous plant, when the plant seems dead, just move the ...
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