Nectaroscordum bulgaricum — I love this oddball flower. The blooms aren’t edible, but apparently the leaves are dried and used as a seasoning in Bulgaria, where it’s grown as an herb. “The thickest leaves are cut and pulverized with equal parts salt and the mixture is dried. It’s used as a seasoning salt on vegetables, potatoes, etc.”
With pansies, wild pink geranium (native), hostas, columbine.