Hemerocallis Stella de Oro (Daylily)

Hemerocallis Stella de Oro (Daylily) – bold yellow flowers with ruffled edges and deeper yellow throats. Stella de Oro translates to ‘Star of Gold’.

Individual blooms are short-lived, hence the common name Daylily, but, with multiple flowering stems producing blooms in rapid succession, they create a great show.

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Hemerocallis Stella de Oro (Daylily) – bold yellow flowers with ruffled edges and deeper yellow throats. Stella de Oro translates to ‘Star of Gold’.

Individual blooms are short-lived, hence the common name Daylily, but, with multiple flowering stems producing blooms in rapid succession, they create a great show. The flowers of most daylilies open in early morning and wither during the following night, often replaced by another on the same stem the following day.

Growing Daylilies

Daylilies are hardy, easy-to-grow perennials that will flower from June through to August, they will grow in sun or semi-shade in most garden soils. Daylilies prefer well-drained, fertile soil, but are not fussy and will tolerate poorer soils or heavy clay, although they dislike sitting in waterlogged soil. Established plants will cope with drought, but flowering may be reduced.

Caring for your Bare Root Perennials

Buying and growing bare root perennials gives plants a great head start, plus, it is more cost-effective than buying a potted plant from a garden centre later in the season.

Simply pot up your bare root perennials when you receive them and keep them in a cold frame or cool place, around 10C is perfect. Then, if there is a cold snap, they can be easily moved away from any risk of frost. Once the soil has warmed up, your already flourishing plant can be transplanted to the spot you have been eyeing up all winter!

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