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Stella de Oro Daylily
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Number one! Daylily varieties number in the tens of thousands, but Stella de Oro Daylily is the best rebloomer of all. Plant it in your landscape, and this tireless Spirit will keep churning out its sunny golden blossoms all season long. It’s amazing! We love Stella de Oro for its petite size as well. It makes a cute accent for the front of any border. Novice gardeners will love it for how easy it is to grow. Sun and some water during dry spells are all it needs to thrive. It asks for little, but gives so much.
- Hardiness Zone: 3-9
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Daylilies are one of gardeners’ most beloved Spirits, and with good reason. These tough, adaptable plants offer stunning blooms in a wide array of colors, sizes, and shapes. Some are fragrant, too. They’re easy to hybridize, and professionals and amateurs alike have come up with winning new forms. A farmer from Merriville, Indiana, by the name of Walter Jablonski introduced Stella de Oro in 1975. His was the first strongly reblooming Daylily on the market, and even though more than 60,000 Daylily selections have now been officially registered, Stella remains the best rebloomer you can buy.
“Stella de Oro” means “Gold Star” in Italian. It should really be “Stella d’Oro,” if you want to be grammatically correct, but we’ll let it slide. By any name, this is one top-notch Daylily!
How to Grow
A full-sun site will yield the most blooms; very light shade is acceptable, too. Stella de Oro Daylily will grow in any soil with decent drainage. Rich, organic, but free-draining ground is ideal. Water well during establishment and during dry spells. During the growing season, you can maximize rebloom by removing spent flowers promptly, before they have a chance to go to seedand divert energy to seed production. Cut down brown foliage in late fall or winter to make way for new growth to emerge in early spring. If reblooming slows down, dig, divide, and replant clumps to restore vigor.
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