Sunday, April 30, 2006

Stars

Anybody know what these flowers are called? They're bulbs, very small, and like little stars.

3 comments:

Cheryl said...

I believe they are actually starflowers, as in the starflowers that rival evening primrose for producing gammalinoleic acid (GLA).
If you google starflower there are lots of colour variations, but this seems the nearest:
http://www.colorblends.com/bulb/Starflower,3,42,b7c8b4622bc1b81eea6a8ecee23b1719

Carrie said...

I don't know, but they sure are pretty.

Faerunner said...

There is a pure white variety of starflower that grows in the state park near my house. Unfortunately I've never seen it outside of the nearly pristine bit of woodland known as the Old Forest. I thought they didn't grow near people. Lucky you, BadAunt!