Asphodelus is a genus of mainly perennial plants native to western, central and souther Europe but now spread world wild. This plant form clumps of flattened, linear, medium green leaves that grow up to 2 feet long. This plant growing in a bulb frame in Oregon, kept dry in summer. It is a beautiful plants and I wish we have this one in my country. It is harvested as cut flowers by day trippers. The uses of this plant are: The leaves are used to wrap burrata, an Italian cheese. The roots were eaten by poorer Greeks, hence such food was thought good enough for the shades. Sorry people there is not more information about this plant but I hope you get some information.