I haven’t found the ideal location visually for this one yet. The chionodoxa (bright blue) are spectacular against the river birch, the scilla (Siberian Squill) tend to be happiest in areas where the lawn greens up fairly early (so one has a saturated blue against the green). On the other hand, the Puschkinia are very happy, and multiplying, beneath the Paper birch; but the reflective, light tan leaf litter in the area reduces the impact of their flowers. Fussy of me!
Puschkinia scilloides var. libanotica (Striped Squill), native to the Causcaus. Similar in timing, growth, and habit to the scilla and the chionodoxa, very tough, white flowers with a blue stripe, about four inches tall.