This is a neat plant that I picked up last year and then moved around my yard a few times. This year I left it alone and let the poor thing bloom The leaves smell and taste like onion. It's a little hard to photograph, because the flower heads droop all the way over (hence the nodding part of the name, I guess), so I ended up lying on the ground trying to get a good angle I didn't notice the spider in it until I was playing around with it in PS! Now that I look at it, I should have picked off that filmy stuff at the top...that's the remnants of the flower casing. Ah....hindsight! Shot with the D70, 50mm f/1.8D lens at f/2.8, 1/1600. I wasn't thrilled with my first shots of the wild onion, so I went back out, and this guy was there. He got a little miffed at me when I put my lens too close, so I didn't hang around long! I'd really like to get a macro lens or something that lets me get closer than my D70 alone does....shooting flowers and insects is addicting!