Commonly known as Nectaroscordum siculum (with 2 subspecies); this one, called Bulgarian honey garlic, has the same umbels of pendulous flowers, but the perianths are green and pink (brown reddish in the Sicilian honey garlic). At fructification the capsules are upright and covered in the remains of the perianths.
It can be cultivated in part shade, at the edge of the woodland garden (the same as the plants were growing in the wild habitat), but they also adapt in full sun.
Great pollinator plant like all other Alliums.
Germination: usually require about a month of cold/moist stratification, then germination at warm; sow in late fall outdoors and don’t worry, or stratification in the fridge and sow in early spring.