When you say "daylily" most people envision Stella. Yell it our "STELLA"! There, now you feel better and can set about making the decision as to how many of this dwarf ever-blooming daylily you are going to add this year. It's a keeper - time has proven that. The flowers are gold, thus Stella's last name of de Oro. Very carefree plant! Translate that to be spunky. You'll see these ablaze in many lawns, looking up to the younger models but holding their ground firmly committed to being beautiful.
May, June, July, August, September, October
Snap off dead blooms; cut flower stem to ground after all flowers are spent. Pull out dead leaves throughout the season. Trim to the ground in late fall after several frosts.
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- Rabbit Resistant
- Attracts Butterflies
- Attracts Hummingbirds