Star of Bethlemhem - the only bulb that propogates like a weed! The wonderful thing about them is that they bloom at a time when there is a kind of a pause, and the foliage disappears quickly. If you accidently dig them up and leave them on top of the ground, it doesn't seem to faze them in the least. Once you have them, you have them always. latin name Ornithagalum ombellatum.
Star of Bethlehem is one of the 5 flowers used in The Bach Rescue Remedy, developed by Edward Bach, MD... a Harley Street (London) physician. The main properties of Star of Bethlehem are to neutralize shock in any form. The tincture is made by collecting the dew off the petals into a sterile jar, early in the morning. I wouldn't advise collecting and making the tincture yourself unless that's your field. I DO advise a few drops of Rescue Remedy in the water used when transplanting, and you could perhaps collect dew from Star of Bethlehem for that purpose!