Summer Snowflake (Leucojum aestivum) blooms in mid-spring, despite its name. Arching branches (14-18 inches) hold pretty white bells, with each petal having a green tip. They look like Texas-sized lilies-of-the-valley (unfortunately lacking the signature fragrance). This is a bulb that will naturalize - plant in clumps of 15 or more for best effect. Tolerates wet feet.