Star of Bethlehem
Star of Bethlehem (Scientific name: Ornithogalum Magnum) is a heat-resistant of the family Asparagaceae native to South Africa. From the bulb directly out long linear leaves. The inflorescence extends out from the center of the leaf stem tip from, number of flowers bloom. Magnum is a new breed, is often white flower color, star-shaped with six petals in flowers start to bloom downward in long racemes with yellow flowers. There are also varieties named Ornithogalum saundersiae.
Common name: Star of Bethlehem , Scientific name: Ornithogalum Magnum, Other name: Ornithogalum magnum, Chincherinchee, Star of Bethlehem, Origin: South Africa, life type: heat-tolerant bulbous plants, bulbs: thin scaly egg-shaped bulb, Plant height: 50-70 cm, Leaf shape: linear, Leaf length: 30-60 cm, inflorescence type: raceme, flower diameter: 3 cm color: white, yellow, Corolla: 6 flower, flower piece: 6, flowering period: March-May the plant uses: cut flowers, Garden, potted plant, flower, note: poisonous plants.