Plant ID forum→flower identification

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martina00
May 11, 2020 4:15 AM CST
can someone please tell me what flower is this?
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slowcala
May 11, 2020 4:27 AM CST
Welcome! here new member. That is a Tuberose. I used to grow them back in the late '80's. Don't they smell good?
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martina00
May 11, 2020 5:52 AM CST
they do, thanks for the answer! Searching on the internet I thought it could either be Nothoscordum gracile Thumb of 2020-05-11/martina00/e6ea2f
,Allium triquietrum Thumb of 2020-05-11/martina00/cda790
or Allium neapolitanum Thumb of 2020-05-11/martina00/7ad6b4
but I wasn't quite sure

I'm not an expert at all but I searched for images of Tuberose and i think the stem is different
(this is a better image of the flower I'm looking for
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