THIS ITEM SHIPS IN THE FALL
A lovely and out-of-the-ordinary bulb for your spring garden. Attractiveclusters of white, waxy, star-shaped, 2-inch flowers. The leaves tendto be floppy, hence the common name "Drooping Star of Bethlehem." Grows best in wet-winter, dry-summer climates--in full sun to partialshade. Flowers in early spring. Also good for growing in pots andenjoying indoors. Excellent cut flower.