Yes indeed this plant is referred to as Scilla! The Latin name is Scilla siberica. And yes indeed it’s in the Lily family (Liliaceae) and grows from a bulb! Nicely done Jillian and Cathy!
This little spring beauty is commonly referred to as Siberian Squill. The only mystery here is what “procepak” means – the Serbian name I found as a comment on Flickr.
Caution! This plant is not for human consumption!
In nature, mammals pass on the opportunity to dine on Squill. This is because the ancient and modern-day use of Squill is to make rat poison! So if you’re out in the woods starving to death, don’t go for the squill! Just keepin you on your toes – you should always thoroughly know a wild flower before eating it! Even the smallest flowers can have dangerous powers! Bring a Newcomb’s and your Spirit when harvesting.
Siberian Squill is pretty hardy and will transport easily. Even if soil is dug up and dumped elsewhere, the bulb will carry-over and send up shoots. This plant is none-native and has the potential to take up room for the native plants. So be mindful when you see or plant Scilla.