Gagea villosa, common name hairy star of Bethlehem,is a Eurasian and North African plant species in the lily family.
Gagea villosa is found in Europe, North Africa and Western Asia. Its range extends from Spain and Morocco east to Russia and Iran, and as far north as Sweden.
The field yellow star is a perennial herbaceous plant and reaches heights of 8 to 15 centimeters. It has two basal leaves that are up to 4 millimeters wide and flat, linear, often almost thread-like. The leaf cross-section is usually only flat on the top (in contrast to the meadow yellow star).
This plant is useful.
This plant might be poisonous
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