Plant I.D. help

Plant I.D. help

I joined the community today for some help figuring out my yard. I moved into a house in December in a geographic area that is new to me (UP Michigan). The previous owner has done some gardening work in the past, and we also live on a slope, so random seeds get washed into our yard. I'm trying to identify what I want to keep, what is a weed, and where I need to put in something new. I was pleasantly surprised to find that we have a thriving rhubarb plant, and half our backyard is strawberries! Does anyone have an opinion about whether these plants look like something that is going to burst into attractive bloom, or something that is just going to remain green and leafy? They are in a "bed" surrounded by rocks, so I'm thinking they're intentional, but I might rather have veggies in the bed and try to move these somewhere else if they're just greenery. At the base, the leaves are compressed into a flat shape, and they fan out into all directions at the top. No flower stalk is visible, but it's still early here (4b/5a) and the only things that have bloomed are crocuses, daffodils, hyacinths, tulips, and dandelions. I know that a lot of plants look like this, but I thought someone might have some idea. I'm wondering if they're some kind of lilies, but I don't know when the flower stalks would appear if they are. If they are lilies or some other flower, do you think I could plant some squash vines among them, or would that be a bad combination? Thanks!
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