It looks like the white form of Tulbaghia simmleri that I have which always begins blooming very early in spring in the greenhouse. T. violacea is a summer/fall bloomer and has narrower leaves than the broad leaves of T. simmleri. Aaron Knoxville, Tennessee --- On Thu, 8/20/09, Ina <email@example.com> wrote: I have 2 un-named plants in the garden, so have joined Flickr to add them to my query, but in 2 messages. Hope this works.... This plant I was given by a friend who didn't know the name. I think it possibly might be one of the garlic family. The flowers have a lovely spicy scent, the plant is 14.5inches high, including the flowers. It is early spring here. Gets most of it's leaves later.