Giant starflower (Ornithogalum magnum) produces loose, spike-like clusters of starry, white flowers on 3-foot stems in late spring to early summer over rosettes of strappy, bright green leaves. It then goes dormant quickly after bloom, making it a good filler around perennials that don’t start filling out much until early to midsummer, such as asters and warm-season ornamental grasses. This perennial bulb grows well in full sun to light shade and average, well-drained soil in Zones 5 to 8. It will likely self-sow if you do not clip off the stems once the flowers are finished.
Harvested in mid July 2023. At least 40 seeds. Shipping to US addresses only.
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