Fragrant BlossomsSome star-shaped flowers are intoxicatingly fragrant. The Oriental lily (Lilium) “Star Gazer” bears very large blossoms in cherry-red to deep pink in late summer and grows 35 to 47 inches tall. This wonderful cut flower grows in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 4 through 9. The variety of pygmyflower rock jasmine (Androsace septentrionalis) “Star Dust” displays small white flowers clusters of even smaller flowers atop stems 6 to 10 inches tall in mid- to late spring. For best results, place this evergreen in a well-drained rock garden in USDA zones 2 through 9. Water-WiseWater-wise plants help you reduce the amount of water required to maintain a lush landscape.
ARVAL Catalog of Bright Open Clusters; Open Clusters List and Star Clusters and Nebulae within 10000 light years map from An Atlas of The Universe - also note their Map of the Orion Arm within 2000 light years for nearby open clusters Look at Open Clusters in Messier's Catalog.
The hybrid St. John’s wort “Olivia,” from the Hypearls collection, produces small, star-shaped, yellow flowers in mid- to late summer that become attractive salmon-colored, bird-attracting berries. This heat-loving plant grows 31 to 35 inches tall in USDA zones 6 through 9. The variety of lewisia “Little Plum” displays medium-sized, star-shaped, cotton-candy pink flowers from late spring to early summer and sometimes blooms again in the fall. It does best in gravel spree and grows 4 to 6 inches tall in USDA zones 3 through 9. Container FlowersSeveral star-shaped flowers are ideal for containers.
Golden star (Chrysogonum virginium) has small, star-shaped, yellow flowers from mid-spring to early summer This evergreen thrives in full or partial shade and grows 6 to 8 inches tall. The variety of Serbian bellflower (Campanula poscharskyana) “Blue Rivulet” bears an abundance of small, light-blue flowers from late spring to midsummer and grows 6 to 8 inches tall.
Names Of Clusters Of Stars List
Both plants make attractive borders in USDA zones 5 through 9.