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Hi there, I have something which has taken over one of my garden beds. It looks like grass, however, it appears to grow a lot quicker. When I dig it up there are countless numbers of clumps of bulbs. I tried clearing the area last year, however, over the winter it has grown again and there seems to be more bulbs there then when I cleared it last year! I have included a couple of pictures linked below....

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Any help with how to get rid of this would be appreciated.

Does it smell of garlic /onions?

Or are they bluebells??

Did they flower?

Or did you get them out before then?

blackest

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 hope this helps

They do have a very strong smell. And it is a garlic like smell. They have not flowered, but then, i'm in the process of digging the buggers up at the moment - they might have done if they had the chance....

That onion weed looks very similar...

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We call it wild onion here.
Make sure you get all the bulblets. You could spray....it does work...but regular and efficient digging is,the answer. White flowers?
curlyone

I'd agree alliums, I have them in my garden.

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