PlantingOaks said:Could be a hyacinth. Lots of bulbs look similar at the foliage stage, but hyacinth would be the most common, since it definitely isn't daffodil, tulip, or crocus. Amaryllis isn't hardy here, so it would be odd to see leaves outside in the spring unless someone just planted it for some reason.
PlantingOaks said:but, it's growing outdoors, untended, in Cincinnati. That should rule out scilloids and most orchids wouldn't it? I think people just aren't documenting the bases of their hyacinth leaves very meticulously
Actually, looking closer, there are some seed pods on the far right of the frame. Definitely a hyacinth.