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The leaves have a distinct onion smell when crushed.This is a most delicate and lovely little plant from the woodlands of Missouri, typically seen in the wild on wooded slopes and ridges.
Each stem produces an umbel inflorescence of 4-19 flowers in January–May in the species' native environment.
It is readily available from a number of nurseries and a mature plant in full flower will stop people in their tracks as they pause to gaze at it.
I think it should be seen more widely in alpine gardens.
I have grouped the genera together, and after the plant name; in italics, is the family to which the genus belongs.
This is then followed in; in brackets, by the meaning of the Latin name when known.