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Plant Form: Small perennial bulb herb.
Size: 18-50 cm tall.
Stem: Triangular, green, and smooth. Only flowering stems.
Leaves: Tuft of fleshy, flat, strap like blades from ground, grass like in appearance.
Flowers: Drooping, bell shaped with 6 petals, white with a green line along the middle of each petal, clustered on top of a triangular stem.
Fruit and Seeds: In white papery bracts, green capsules in clusters with black oblong seeds.
Habitat: Woodland, roadsides, old gardens, parks, riverbanks.
Distinguishing Features: Similar to False onionweed (Nothoscordum borbonicum) and Snowdrops (Leucojum aestivum) but has a triangular stem, strong garlic smell, and green lines on the petails.