Re: Plant ID Request: Mid-spring perennials
Number one is bluebells. I can’t tell from the photo whether they are Spanish (Hyacinthoides hispanica) or English (Hyacinthoides non-scripta). Spanish bluebells have wider leaves and the flowers have very little fragrance. English bluebell flowers droop and hang all to one side. They have a sweet scent.
Number two: Centaurea montana
Number three: Geranium maculatum. This is native to the NorthEast, so what you have is probably wild, but there are cultivars too (a favorite of mine is called Espresso.)