Other names: Onion Weed, False Onion Weed, *Nothoscordum inodorum, *N gracile.
Family: Alliaceae, formerly included in Liliaceae (Lily family).
Native of South America.
Occurrence: Scattered, mainly as a garden weed.
"Fragrant" refers to the scent of the flowers. The plant does not have an onion/garlic smell when crushed. It is difficult to eradicate, as digging is likely to scatter the bulbils, resulting in many new plants.
Photos: Fragrant False Garlic. Some of the bulbils have fallen
off. New plants can grow from the bulbils.
2, 3: The flowers are clustered at the ends of slender stalks. All: Garden weed, Castlemaine.