Star-shaped flowers are beautiful additions to any flower garden.
If you’re looking for flowers shaped like stars to plant in your garden, you’re sure to find some great options on this list.
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10 BEAUTIFUL STAR-SHAPED FLOWERS
1. Star Jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides)
Star Jasmine is a popular climbing plant with small white star-shaped flowers that are highly fragrant.
It’s an evergreen vine that will grow well in full sun or partial shade.
Star Jasmine is ideal for growing on an arbor, pergola, trellis or fence.
It can also be grown as a flowering ground cover.
2. Pentas (Pentas lanceolata)
Another plant with flowers shaped like stars is Pentas, also called Egyptian Stars.
It’s great for attracting pollinators to the garden and it blooms throughout summer.
In warm, tropical areas Pentas will grow as a perennial but in cooler climates it can be grown as an annual. 
You can also plant Pentas in containers and it will grow indoors if there is plenty of light available.
3. Impala Lily (Adenium obesum)
The Impala Lily is an evergreen succulent shrub with large star-shaped flowers that can be pink, red or white.
It flowers throughout the year and can grow up to 6.5 feet (2 metres) high.
Impala lilies are easy to grow but they need well-draining soil and only minimal watering.
Dahlias are stunning flowers that bloom from late summer until fall.
They come in a range of sizes, shapes and colors including some spectacular star-shaped varieties.
Dahlias can be grown from seed or tubers and they need at least 6 hours of sunlight each day.
It’s best to plant Dahlias where they’re protected from strong winds.
5. Bellflower (Campanula)
Bellflowers are perennials with beautiful purple or blue flowers.
They grow best in areas with cool summer temperatures and depending on the variety, they can range from small groundcovers to large plants.
Bellflowers can be propagated by division or cuttings.
6. Hyacinth ‘Blue Star’
Hyacinth Blue Star has beautiful fragrant blooms that appear in mid spring.
The bulbs can be planted in a garden bed or container in fall for spring flowers.
They also make beautiful cut flowers.
Bromeliads have stunning, long lasting blooms that aren’t really flowers; they’re modified leaves called bracts.
They grow best in humid, tropical areas and they’re an ideal plant for the bathroom.
Bromeliads are easy care house plants that thrive in indirect light, but it’s best to keep them away from direct sunlight as it can burn the leaves.
Their leaves can be misted with water during hot dry weather.
8. Hoya (Hoya carnosa)
Hoya, also known as Wax plant, is an evergreen perennial with clusters of small star shaped flowers.
In the wild they commonly grow on the surface of trees and get their nutrients and water from the air and rain.
Hoya plants can also be grown indoors as a house plant and the most popular indoor variety is Hoya carnosa, which has white and pink flowers. 
Hoyas growing indoors will need bright, indirect sunlight.
9. Star Tulip
Star Tulip bulbs need to be exposed to cold temperatures before they’re planted.
In cool climates, the bulbs can be stored in a cool, dry place before planting or in warmer climates they can be stored in the fridge.
The best time to plant tulips is in early fall for beautiful spring flowers.
Water the bulbs after planting and you won’t need to water them again until springtime.
10. Starfish Plant (Stapelia gigantean)
Starfish plants are large succulents native to Tanzania and South Africa.
Their large star shaped flowers can be red or yellow and they grow as high as 10 inches (25 cm wide).
The flowers smell like rotting meat, so you may not be popular with the neighbors if you have this plant growing in your backyard!
The rotten smell is used to attract flies for pollination.
So there are 10 interesting flowers shaped like stars to plant in your garden.
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