Meet our dreamy Desert Star Fairy, who will make you daydream of the stars that shine at night upon the desert. Could you guess her favorite song? It’s Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, of course.
Desert Star, also known as Mojave Desert Star, is native to the Mojave Desert of California, and to the Sonoran Desert of Arizona. You can also find it in Sonora, Mexico.
It blooms in late winter and in spring, with beautiful white, or pink to lavender flowers. Desert Star was named after the shape of its flowers. Their rays around yellow disks make them look like little stars.
These delicate flowers open in the morning and close in the evening, bringing a touch of ethereal beauty to the desert landscape.