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Star of Bethlehem
Ornithogalum umbellatum (Star of Bethlehem). This is a low, clump-forming bulb. The flowers are white and star-shaped, are profuse and appear in the spring. The leaves are grass-like. This plant is often found in the wild in Northern Europe.
You can plant the bulbs in autumn or spring in well-drained soil. They prefer full sun but will need partial-shade in warm areas.
Naturaliser, edging, border, rock garden. Good for planting in and between shrubs and grasses. Whole plant is poisonous if eaten.