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    I found this on a non astro N/G

    Flowers loved by astronomers:
    Stargazer Lilies,
    Aster Novii, and
    Sunflowers.

    Any other suggestions?


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    Terry B
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    Australia



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    Terry B wrote:

    Morning glories

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    Moonflowers
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    Terry B wrote:

    Cosmos
    Shooting Star

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    Star Anise


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    Star Flower, Star Cluster (Pentas)


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    Lithodora: not celestial by name, but the blue flowers are shaped like
    stars, and look like a carpet (sky) of stars when the plant is mature.
    I suppose you could crop the flowers to leave constellations behind.
    http://flavorj.com/~skysea/Images/Pl...ithodora01.jpg


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