My potted Star of Bethlehem has finshed blooming and I plan on trnsplanting it into my garden this fall, do I deadhed the flowers and keep it in the pot until then, or remove the bulbs and let dry.
Let the foliage die back naturally and then store the bulbs until fall.
This article has more information.
When do you transplant your Star of Bethlehem from inside your house to the outside to continue to grow outside? It is in the end process of blooming
You should transplant these when there is not a threat of frost, but these can tolerate the chilly temperatures, so they can be transplanted a little earlier. When the temperatures remain mostly above freezing will be the best time.
This article will give you more information on the care of these: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/bulbs/star-of-bethlehem/star-of-bethlehem-plant-care.htm
What do you mean "Please provide more information, apart from just the question." I filled out all the forms for contact. And now this never ending circle, all without the answer to my original question "Are any part of Star of Bethlehem edible?"
The University of NC lists these as the
"Poison Parts" of the plant:
Stems. One source says that at one time, the boiled roots were used in time of famine, but most official sources say the entire plant is poisonous.
My research says that every part of the plant is toxic to animals - bulb, leaf and flower. Here are some other plants that are also poisonous for animals: