Star of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum umbellatum) - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:183818719
Upload date:October 07, 2013


'Short hairless perennial. Leaves 6-9, linear, channeled and with a conspicuous white stripe along the groove. Bracts whitish, up to the length of the flower stalks. Flowers glistering white stars, 28-38mm, the tepals with a broad band of green on the outside, erect, borne in a pyramidal raceme; anthers yellow.Habitat: Grassy and cultivated land.Flowering Season: April-June.Distribution: W Europe, naturalized in Ireland and Scandinavia. On the most habitats naturalized; possible only native in the East.In the Netherlands sometimes along grassy Roadsides, cultivated in Parks and Gardens.Related images:'
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