This shooting star, as its common name suggests, grows usually in mountainous areas and has relatively tall flowering stems (gets taller in moist locations). It has narrowly oblanceolate to spathulate leaves and magenta to lavender (rarely white flowers) flowers. It will flower in the summer.
For now only an image from wikipedia – HERE
Germination: sown in the fall or spring after cold-moist stratification. Seeds are very small and require superficial sowing.