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That's possible Berghill. The bulb was on its own and not part of a new planting of bulbs that might have contained a stray.
The bulb now has seed pods forming in the style of muscari. Thanks Berghill and obelixx
The baby has 2 more pairs of leaves and looks like a lilac.
I've planted one where it will drop its seeds on the lawn. I might save a pot grow a few as well.
Lots of weeding and attacked by ants
They are very good self seeders
A lot of us have to prune them right back most years because the top growth is dead. They come back and I think they grow better on the years they've been cut back
My own seed, and your seed as well fidget, germinated in the first spring.
I can't work out the size of the second one peanuts. Is it a bit of a shrub or a small perennial plant?
That doesn't look like any skimmia to me, vaguely like laurel. Or maybe something not often seen in the uk. I await more photos from Frank
Good luck, they're not difficult but very different to growing veg and annuals.
Chill is the important bit, never artificial heat