Likely a garden escapee Grape Hyacinths of the Lily Family - Early Spring Plant
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Yes I agree - likely a Garden escapee as some spoil heaps scattered around pasture hence I only went to Genus as cant be deduced from photo and there are a few possibilities
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According to Stace 3 the other possibility is
Muscari botryoides. It grows wild in the Bergamo Alps http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/246519
(though no one agreed that the observation is this). Spathulate tips to the leaves.
Thanks Martin - This link in context is useful and includes the species mentioned above -
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