New reply from Zimmerman

<p>Considering your mention of bluish, red, pink, and pink/white flowers, there are a few possibilities that come to mind:</p>
<p>Hyacinths: Hyacinths come in a variety of colors, including blue, red, pink, and white. They have dense clusters of fragrant, bell-shaped flowers.</p>
<p>Tulips: Tulips also come in various colors, including blue, red, pink, and white. They have cup-shaped flowers and are a common springtime flower.</p>
<p>Phlox: Phlox flowers can be found in shades of blue, red, pink, and white. They grow in clusters and have a fragrant scent.</p>
<p>Forget-me-nots: Forget-me-nots are small, delicate flowers that come in shades of blue, pink, and white. They have five petals and are often associated with remembrance.</p>
<p>These are just a few possibilities based on the information provided. It may be helpful to gather more specific details or even consider sharing a photo of the flower you are referring to for a more accurate identification. <a href="https://www.mymilestonecard.biz/">mymilestonecard</a></p>

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Original Post by granddad2015

Not Jonquil

<p>I have called this a jonquil for 30 or 40 years but now I think my grandmother (RIP) was pointing to something else when I heard the name: can anyone tell me what it is please.</p>
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<p>Some plants have bluish flowers, some red, some pink and some are pink/white.</p>

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