Grape-hyacinth Muscari neglectum
Icklingham, 12 April
Grape-hyacinth is a familiar garden plant , but the plant usually cultivated is a different species, M. armeniacum. The native Grape-hyacinth is smaller, with rather darker, more blue-black flowers. It was first recorded in the wild in 1776 and is confined to Breckland, although garden escapes and introductions can occasionally be found elsewhere.