My husband and I bought a new home early this summer in Ohio (zone 6). We noticed small, white-toned bulbs in the ground when we were planting new flowers in the existing flower garden. Not knowing what these bulbs were and thinking the bulbs would be flowering in the Spring, we simply left them alone.
To our surprise, they sprouted in mid- to late-August. It is now late September, and they are full in foliage, but there is no indication of flowering. The foliage is very grass-like with thin, long, rubbery, dark green blades that are numerous and bend to the ground. The blades are not completely flat like grass blades or even Lily turf; these blades are very fleshy and rubbery. If I were to extend one of the blades straight upward, it would be about 12 to 15 inches long and no wider than 1/4 inch. There do not seem to be any stalks growing besides the foliage blades.
I have scoured the Internet to find a picture similar to what is growing in my garden- no luck! The bulbs seem to have spread a bit (like some bulbs do), and we now have these fleshy blades growing in various areas of the garden.
My family & neighbors don't know what they are, either. I am hoping someone in this forum can help me identify them.