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want to identify this flower

Can you tell me what this plant is? Several are coming up in a shady area. We live in Virginia, not far from the mountains. Think these were planted, not wild.


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Its most definitely of the Hyacinth genus.... If you have any bulb catalogs from last fll try finding a match.
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Looks to me like a "wild" hyacinth -- Camassia scilloides
Their called that but bulbs are sold in garden stores.

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hyacinths in need of replanting.
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