(Bush) MRE Ownbey & Aase [Hyacinth Meadow Garlic] Muscari neglectum Guss.
But they are now threatened by the introduction of the related Spanish bluebell, (Hyacinthoides
hispanica), leading to hybridisation and loss of habitat.
Yours sound like the albino form of a proper bluebell, Hyacinthoides
The main differences are that the English bluebell, or Hyacinthoides
H non scripta, has flowers on one side of a drooping stem only, whereas the Spanish has flowers on all sides of a stouter upright stem.
The wild bluebell, Hyacinthoides
non-scripta, gives the countryside a splash of spring colour, looking stunning in the grass under trees with white or grey bark such as the British native birch.
Grape hyacinth, regular hyacinth, wood hyacinth (Hyacinthoides
hispanica), all the ornamental onions, dogtooth violets, dwarf iris, snowdrops, winter aconite, chionodoxa (Glory-of-the-Snow), scillas by the hundreds, guinea hen flowers (Fritillaria meleagris), and of course daffodils in all of their vast array.
The leaves of Sansevieria hyacinthoides
were used for treatment of ear ache.
So searching the plant list for 'Hyacinthoides
non-scripta', which is the Latin name for the native bluebell, reaps 26 alternative names currently in use.
Tonduz 701 Salvia occidentalis 1931-01-03 Fernando Solis Salvia officinalis 1938-03-30 Manuel Quiros Salvia polystachya 1931-01-03 Fernando Solis Salvia tiliifolia 1931-01-03 Fernando Solis Salvia wagneriana 1940-10-19 Maria del Carmen Roviralta Sambucus mexicana 1931-07-07 Fernando Solis 288 Sambucus mexicana 1931-07-07 Fernando Solis 288 Sansevieria hyacinthoides
1941-02-18 Jose Antonio Echeverria 4057 Sapium macrocarpum 1893-07-31 A.
The English bluebell (Hyacinthoides
non-scripta), famous for carpeting our woodlands in swathes of colour in April and May, has been suffering a decline across the UK.
A trademark of the British countryside, we are offering nursery-raised bulbs of the true English bluebell, Hyacinthoides
Merryweather J, Fitter AH (1998) The arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi of Hyacinthoides
f., Sansevieria hyacinthoides
(L.) Druce, Lycopodium cernuum L., Malpighia emarginata Sesse & Moc, Malachra capitata (L.) L., Heterotrichum cymosum (Wendl.) Urban, Trichilia hirta L., Acasia macracantha Humb.