It’s a complete puzzlement why this “stately species with beautiful white flowers” (Jelitto & Schacht) is so little seen in American gardens. Three-foot-tall scapes bear large, green-striped blooms in late May and June. Easily cultivated, well-behaved, and perfect for the sunny perennial border. It’s very close to Ornithogalum arcuatum, to which these bulbs may possibly belong. Modified continental; SW Russia. Zone 5.