The Latin name of this beautiful bulb flower is Muscari botryoides. The Muscari is part of the Asparagus family or Hyacinthus family. Muscari is originally from Asia minor.
The little blue flowers stand close together and grow in a cone shape.
The flowers are blue with a white border but there are also all kinds of white Muscari.
The Muscari planted in jars is a popular way to sell the plants, but nowadays you also see florists selling little bunches of cut Muscari.