We thought we lost this one, but it must just have been dormant. Its cheerful yellow flowers in spring are welcome, and mingle well with the blue flowers surrounding it.
||Virginia yellow stars
||likes humus-rich soil
We left this plant behind in our Pennsylvania garden (and wish it well); we don't grow it in Houston.
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|Want4Rain||May 07, 2005||other common names include Carolina Golden Star, or Green and Gold. they are great here in NC in the spring... but get mowed over with the rest of my grass. i have yet to try transplanting, although it is on my list of things to do :)
they also bloom on and off all summer long, and do well in full shade.
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