Pure white bulbs - help me identify?
I just bought a house in Northern California with an enormous garden full of mystery bulbs. I know that some of them are wild onion weeds, from the first time I viewed the house, in the spring. But there are so many other bulb flowers that I'm afraid to disturb anything even if it *looks* like wild onions. From what I recall of the last time I had a garden (I've been trapped in an apartment for years), the wild onions have small, round-ish, waxy white bulbs. And I found a lot of them while pulling weeds and replacing plants that had died while the house was vacant. If they're wild onions, I want to discard them (they are out of control around here), but is there any other type of flower bulb that's also small, pure white, and waxy, with no "skin?" I'd hate to end up discarding something I want to keep!