Ipheion uniflorum 'White Star' is one of Pam's Faves this season...this is what she has to say:
I adore these cute, little bloomers. Not only do they bloom early in the spring, they smell delightfully minty and they naturalize well. Easy to care for and ones that I would recommend for planting in containers or along a garden path. You can even use them as cut flowers!
A beautiful and long lasting white flower that is star-like in shape, sweetly fragrant and naturalizes easily. Plant in groups along walkways, in white gardens or in containers.
Found in the wilds of South America, these adorable plants are surprisingly winter hardy. The blossoms have a minty fragrance and the grassy leaves, when crushed, smell like onion-a strange yet interesting combination of scents! Each single bulb of Ipheion uniflorum will produce several stalks over a period of many weeks and they naturalize well.