Crow-poison, Yellow False Garlic

Latin NameNothoscordum bivalve (L.)
Family – Liliaceae
Life Cycle– Perennial
Type – Grass-like


Crow-poison is a perennial grass-like weed common in southern regions. It is not actually a grass but rather is in the Lily family and previously placed by some in the Allium genus with garlic and onions. It has grass-like leaves clustered around the base and when flowers produces a distinct white flower unique to this species.


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