Kathy brought me a lovely gift when she return from our weekly shopping. We had not seen it before of us had seen the plant the plant before. A quick internet search inform us it is a blub plant from South Africa. It is not hardy and parts of the plant are poisonous. The name comes from the flowers that tiny small star flower shape on a stalk. The species is closely relate to a white flowering plant called Star of Bethlehem.
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That was indeed a lovely surprise. The flower has a gorgeous shape and color.