Yellow Star-of-Bethlehem (Gagea lutea) - Stock image

Flower, Flower Head, Lily Family, Petal, Plant

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Upload date:September 14, 2013


'Low to short, slender perennial with a hairless stem. Basal leaf solitary, linear-lanceolate, flat, 5-12mm broad, generally yellowish-green; stem leaves 2, opposite or sub-opposite, lanceolate, margin hairy. Flowers 7, yellow, 15-25mm, in an umbel-like cluster, each tepal with a band of green on the back; flower stalks hairy or not.Habitat: Damp grassland, scrub and open damp woods, especially on basic soils.Flowering season: March-May.Distribution: Throughout Europe, except Ireland, Faroes, Iceland and Spitsbergen.Occasionally cultivated in gardens.This Picture is made in an Ornamental Garden in the Netherlands and is scarce in the Wild.Related images:'
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