Scilla tubergeniana (S. mischtschenkoana), Siberian Squill? or...
Here's a purple or pink form of the previously posted Scilla. S. tubergeniana or it could be a Chionodoxa luciliae Pink Giant? Now that I've looked at pictures more closely I think it's a Chionodoxa because of the way the buds form a loose cluster rather than a tight bunch. But it also looks like a Scilla bifolia rosea too. Oh well, a beauty anyway. That's always our problem. We buy these bulbs in fall and don't mark where we plant them or remember their names so we have no idea what they are when they bloom in spring.
Definitely not as eye catching as S. siberica but pretty and delicate in it's own right.
The bulbs are fairly cheap so I wonder why they aren't as ubiquitous as the daffodil? Also isn't it strange that there are so many names for daffodils such as, jonquils, lent flower and narcissus?
I also finally decided to reduce the file size of the photos having already reduced the physical dimensions the photos to about 800 x 600 pixels. So now even if you don't have broadband the photos should load fairly quickly. Took me awhile but I was reading about placing photos on websites and it finally dawned on me that even with reduced quality it still looks ok on the monitor. For some reason I thought that I would have to upload the maximum file size for the photo to look good. My lack of knowledge of such stuff is vast. The bonus is that it's very fast uploading photos to blogger now.