Lilium candidum -- the madonna lily of the old master painters. Flowers. relatively small, dazzling white, and distinctively, deliciously perfumed. Although cultivated in gardens for millennia, they are hard to grow commercially and subject to fungal disease in muggy climates. Over collecting has made them rare as wild flowers in their native mediterranean habitat.
The former Alium siculum (from Sicily) or more correctly (for now) Nectaroscordum siculum, with bee. Native to Sicily and other Mediterranean places. It seems to me a subdued pink but the book, Color By Design, calls it "opalescent".
A highly scented small-flowered double Scots rose with ferny, wild-type leaves blooming in Nova Scotia. Once blooming, but flowers probably last longer with cool nights and moist air of Nova Scotia (and Scotland).