The best way to grow Stella d’ oro daylily plants is in full sun. These plants will also do well in partial shade, but they will produce fewer flowers. The soil should be well-drained and rich in organic matter. Daylilies should be fertilized regularly during the growing season. Deadhead spent flowers to encourage continued blooming. Stella d’ Oro daylilies is pest-resistant and low maintenance, making them ideal for beginner gardeners.
Stella d’ Oro daylily plants are one of the most popular varieties of daylilies. They are easy to grow and bloom faithfully every year with very little care. Stella d’ Oro daylilies have bright golden yellow blossoms that flower from early summer to late summer. The blooms are 3-4 inches wide and have a sweet fragrance. Each mature plant typically produces 20-30 flowers.
Stella d’ Oro daylily plants are named after their star-like shape and golden color. The word “daylily” comes from the fact that each bloom only lasts one day. However, there are many flowers on each plant, so there is always at least one in bloom at any given time. Daylilies are not actually lilies, but they are members of the lily family.
|Height:||10″ to 14″|
|Spacing:||10″ to 14″|
|Features:||Heat Tolerant, Drought Tolerant once established|