Posted: 03/06/2017 at 14:20
Those look like Ipheion uniflorum, possibly 'Wisley Blue'. The leaves will smell a bit oniony if rubbed between your fingers. Like all bulbs, you need to let the foliage die back naturally to feed the bulb so it can produce flowers next year. If you trim it all off now, you may only get foliage next year and few flowers.
I plant other plants at this time of the year to help hide untidy bulb foliage while it dies back. By doing that now, you know where the bulbs are so don't tend to 'trowel to death' so many !
Last edited: 03 June 2017 14:23:51