This is the native Snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis) which grows throughout Britain. They flower very early in the year and can often be seen pushing their heads above snow in January. The delicate, single, drooping white flowers have green tips. They are also very attractive to bees providing one of their earliest food sources.
Will grow in most soils including grassland and damp woodlands.
Plant in rich, moist well drained soil, if planted in grass don’t cut until the leaves die back.