Posted: 14/04/2015 at 14:07
Ok - that really helps Those are Spanish Bluebells (bluebells are related to hyacinths so the confusion is understandable ). They're paler coloured and different to the native English type, and don't have their lovely scent, but they're quite pretty However they do spread if they're happy and can be a bit invasive.
If I were you I'd leave them to flower (they look pretty in a jug on the breakfast table and you've got enough there to pick a bunch or two).
Then when they've flowered you can dig them up and replant them in an area where you would like them to be. They're pretty tough and as long as you give them a good bucket or two of water when you replant them they'll survive.
Hope that helps