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There are other similar ones but in a garden in the UK that is the most likely
I like cerinthe, I think the colour will go well with Queen of Night tulips.
But given the current speed of the cerinthe growth I fear they'll be over before the tulips are up
Looks like a euonymus, maybe E, japonicus
I'll have a poke on google images and check if there are other species similar
I've planted mine. In pots. If they don't make it? Tough
I only mention this because they're under a few plants of cerinthe which I think is called honeywort
The blooms tend to become smaller over the years. I like them more then
I'd need a photo
Some hyacinths have been 'prepared' to flower early indoors. It doesn't matter what you grow them in.
They're usually clearly marked and cost more.
I think chaenomeles
I should think it's a cultivar and can only be reproduced by dividing bulbs.
Sow the seed in a mix of compost and grit, in a pot. Then put a layer of grit on top.
Are you sure your seed is ripe, seeds need to ripen and mature on the plant before they're removed