5 years to reach maturity
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Drooping Star Of Bethlehem Overview
Bulbous perennial species with strap-shaped foliage veined attractively with silver in the centre. Stems grow vertically to a flowering height of around 45cm, producing branched inflorescences that bear flowers on only one side. Up to 15 flowers may be produced per stem and these hang down pendantly. Blooms are bell-shaped, with white petals around 3cm wide, these may be striped with green on the outside.
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How to propagate Drooping Star Of Bethlehem
Propagate by seed or offsets, in autumn for spring-flowering bulbs, in spring for summer-flowering bulbs.
Other uses of Drooping Star Of Bethlehem
Good for under trees and shrubs.