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STELLA DE ORA DAYLILY

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Stella De Oro, Hemerocallis Is The Most Popular Daylily Cultivar, Thanks To Its Unique Blooming Period

Out of the sixty-thousand registered daylily cultivars developed from roughly fifteen flowering perennial species in the Hemerocallis genus, the 'Stella de Oro' is by far the most popular of them all. Walter Jablonski developed the Stella de Oro in 1975, giving not just its classic, colorful and short-lived trumpet-shaped blooms with all the traditional merits of other hybrid daylilies. What makes it stand out from the other daylilies is its unique ability to potentially reblooming from early May into September and October. Combined with an unusually vigorous growth habit and scarce maintenance needs, the Stella de Oro is one of the most popular and easily managed perennial garden flowers.

Stella de Oro, Hemerocallis Has Helped Produce Daylily Hybrids And Is Hardy Compared To Other Cultivars

The Stella de Oro is a trumpet-shaped, golden-yellow flower with clumps of arching foliage—the sort typically found in masses around office buildings—and when used selectively, the Stella de Oro keeps its role in almost any garden design. This flower has served as the genetic parent for dozens of other hybrid daylilies with a similar compact growth habit, producing its signature bright, cheerful flowers that bloom all season if correctly maintained. While the Stella de Oro thrives in almost any sunny location, including rocky and salty soils, areas drenched with water, such as the space beneath roof overhangs, are best avoided.

Soil with medium moisture, hummus, and good drainage is ideal, and in planting the Stella de Oro in this soil, each plant must remain twelve to eighteen inches apart, as they expand rather slowly and will not require division for a few years. The Stella de Oro must root itself during the spring when the frost is gone, or in the autumn a month or so before the frost arrives—the summer heat may not be ideal, but compared to other daylilies, the Stella de Oro is notably sturdy. Deadheading will stimulate continued blooming periods into the fall. Removing the browned foliage before the winter is recommendable, or just leaving it in place as protective mulch throughout the winter before eliminating it in the spring.

Researchers recorded the Stella de Oro thus far to be free of severe pest and disease issues. It thrives well under full sunlight in most regions; this plant may appreciate a bit of shade during the afternoon hours for southern climates. About an inch of water per week via rainfall or irrigation, but it easily survives two or three weeks of drought. The Stella de Oro does not require much fertilizer, though a thick layer of organic mulch may suffice.

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