Roses at Twilight
Known as common goldstar, common star-grass, eastern yellow stargrass, or yellow star grass. It is an ornamental plant, member of the Lily family, native to the eastern United States and Canada. The yellow 6 part blossoms will open in the morning time and wilt during direct heat or sunlight. Blooming occurs in April and ends in May. It will be found in open areas, prairies, glades, bluffs, dry woods and fields. Growing up to 6″ in height, it grows best in full sun to partial shade.