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  • Perennial; Grows up to 12 Inches
  • Early Summer Blooming, Easy to Grow, Golden Yellow Flowers
  • Prefers Sun/Partial Shade

Product Description

The Stella de Oro is America's number one spring-planted daylily, and it's easy to see why! With their brilliant yellow petals and vigorous blooms that last nearly all summer and fall, the perennial Stella de Oro spring-plant daylily is a home flowerbed staple that is also commonly seen in commercial landscaping and road medians. You will find that your deer-resistant Stella de Oro Daylily bulbs will be one of the earliest bloomers in your garden, and they will keep blooming for years.

  • Fast Facts

    Name:Stella dOro Daylily
    Botanical Name:Hemerocallis
    Life Cycle:Perennial
    Bulb/Tuber Size:2-3 Fan Root
    Color:Golden Yellow Blooms
    Planting Season:Spring
    Bloom Season:Early Summer through Frost
    Height at Maturity:Up to 12", Blooms Up To 3"
    Planting Depth:Top of Root Should Be No More Than 1" Below Soil
    Light Requirement:Sun / Partial Shade
    Hardiness Zones:3 - 9
  • Planting Instructions

    How to Grow Daylilies - Planting Instructions


    Daylilies require full sun (North cooler zones) but can tolerate light shade (South warmer zones) as long as they receive at least six hours of full sunlight every day. Prior to planting, loosening the soil to allow oxygen into the soil is recommended.

    Compost or manure are often used to help fertilize Daylilies, and is recommended especially to those with nutrient poor soil. Fertilize the plants two to three weeks after planting. Fertilize once in early spring and, if preferred, again in late summer.

    Daylilies should be planted in relatively shallow holes; the size of the bulbs will determine the size of the hole. The hole should be wide and deep enough to place the bulb inside without bending the roots, plant with the eyes toward the surface. The top of the bulb should be close to one inch under the surface.

    We recommend watering the Daylily immediately upon planting them. Daylilies do not like to get dried out, but they do not like to be kept in a soggy environment. Unless you are in an extremely dry climate, regular watering after planting is unnecessary. As is common, Daylilies prefer a heavy watering once a week as opposed to a daily light watering.

    Regularly weed the area around the plant to avoid root confusion when you go to transplant or separate your bulbs.

    Remove dead blooms and leaves if you prefer a manicured appearance. In the late fall, trim the remaining dead leaves down to ground level, and place mulch on top of the root system to protect the roots from cold freezing winter month temperatures.

    In the north, spring planting is advised. In colder climates, if daylilies are planted in the fall, they often die because they do not have time to form new roots and begin to anchor before winter arrives. Some experienced gardeners in the north will fall plant, but they consider the hardiness of the plant and take preventive measures like mulching.

    In the south, the best times to plant are early spring or very late fall. Note that daylilies planted in July-September face a high probability of rotting if humidity and temperatures are high (i.e. over 90 degrees).


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