- Zone 3,4,5,6,7,8,9
- Bloom Color Yellow
- Bloom Season Spring
- Usage Flower Gardens And Beds,Deer Resistant,Border Plants,Flowering
- Ships Year Round
- Height At Maturity Under 10 Feet
- Exposure Sun And Shade,Full Sun
- Categories Perennials
Stella De’Ora Daylily
Stella De Ora Daylily is a spectacular early bloomer.
Daylilies, short-lived but spectacular early bloomers, are an attractive choice for many gardeners. Still, the Stella De Ora Daylily is a fantastic choice among daylilies, as the Stella De Ora Daylily is designed to rebloom, again and again: Particularly if you deadhead your Stella De Ora Daylily.
When flowers turn to produce seeds in plants, most of the plant’s energy is concentrated on the production of the seeds. So if you cut the flower stems off, the plant will be free to create new blooms. Do this, and you can have blooms in your Stella De Ora Daylily from May into late August.
Stella De Ora Daylily produces brilliant, yellow, bell-shaped flowers and arching, grass-like leaves. Typically, Stella De Ora Daylily grows to about 10 to 12 inches tall.
Stella De Ora Daylily is thus perfect to line pathways or in groups. And great for gardeners is that these hardy plants do well in growing zones 2 through 9.
Stella De Ora Daylily attracts bees and hummingbirds.
The great thing about growing Stella De Ora Daylily is they are such hardy plants that they do well in poor soil and do well with little water. Plant your Stella De Ora Daylily in a sunny location with only partial shade, give them some well-drained soil, water occasionally, and you are done.
Hummingbirds and bees love Stella De Ora Daylily, and they do well as potted plants and gardens. Meanwhile, other insects and pesky rabbits tend to stay away.
About the only downside to these lovely flowers is if you have cats. Of course, if your cat is indoors, that is no problem, but as the plant is very toxic to cats, keep them away from your Stella De Ora Daylily.
As long as you continuously deadhead, removing the spent flowers every few days, these lovely plants will repay your attention continuously.
As to winter, Stella De Ora Daylily is very hardy. They will do well in the winter as long as you prepare them in the fall. When the levees become yellowish or skanky, cut them off. And if you live in a warmish climate, they may come back very early in the spring.