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Has an onion-like odor when crushed. Petal midrib usually darker than petal, per Weeds of Southern Turfgrasses.
Flowers, if present, pinkish, on stalks c 10-20mm long, per www.plant-identification.co.uk
The terminal umbel is usually a mixture of bulblets and flowers, per Wildflowers of Tennessee.
Umbel hemispheric-globose; tepals medium-dark pink, per New Combinations, Rank Changes ... in Vascular Flora of se US II (Weakley et al., 2017).
Umbel erect, globose, to 500-flowered. Flowers urceolate, tepals erect, per Flora of North America.
A many-flowered umbel without bulblets, per Wildflowers of the Southern Mountains.
Numerous white flowers crowded in an umbel atop the naked stalk, per Wildflowers of the Southern Mountains.
The 6 tepals, about 0.5" long, are spreading and white, per Wildflowers of Tennessee.
Umbel erect, 10-15 flowered, hemispheric-globose. Tepals widely spreading, per Flora of North America.
Tepals spreading; scape nodding in bud, becoming erect in flower or fruit, per Weakley's Flora.
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