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Assuming that the plant is no more than 12 inches/30cm tall (and most likely shorter than that), then this is a common garden hyacinth, but one that's been in the ground awhile and has lost its compact growth habit. A photo from farther away would be helpful in this ID. I first thought we were looking at English or Spanish Bluebells (Hyacinthoides species), ...


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They are perennial plants, but they are fairly short lived and usually grown as annuals (sow the seed in spring for flowers in the same year) or biennials (sow the seed later in the year, so they flower earlier in the next year). If yours are starting into growth again after winter you can transplant them now if you want to try it, but don't be disappointed ...


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