Stella Dora Lily

 
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Hemerocallis Daylily.
Adaptable, low maintenance lily-like garden plants have become naturalized in many areas.Numerous cultivars in wide range of color.Heights vary from miniatures of 15-18" to giants of 4' or taller. Best in fertile,moist, well-drained soil.Tolerates heat and drought.Good in borders, massed for accents, and in natural plantings. Long leaves form big clumps. Flowers single or double, sizes vary from 3-8"
Spacing:18-24 "
Propagation: division,seed {species}
Stella de Oro is the correct name for this lily, sometimes appears yellow and other times it looks peach colored.
This information is taken from a flower book I have.

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Stella De Oro Day lily

Carole - Sep 09, 2012 02:16 PM EDT
I am just reading your comments on Stella daylilies in September Stellas are very common in Virginia and they appear in commercial plantings as well as home gardens because they are reliable bloomers. They bloom profusely here in late May and June. They will rebloom in late August and September if they get enough rainfall and if the heat abates. Mine are putting up lots of new stems and buds now. I feel lucky because lasl year they did not rebloom. The green balls are seed pods and do ripen, but it is a test of patience and hard work to get them to get started as a new plant. Leave it to the professionals. I do trim off the seed pods when possible and let the plan put it's energy to producing new stems and buds if the weather will permit. I have a big garden of daylillies and the Stella are planted at the front because they are shorter.

Stella Dora: dead head or not?

George - Jul 04, 2012 08:59 AM EDT
I have been growing stellas for many years but still dont know whether to dead head or not. I first saw them in Guelph on the Stone Road. There were far too many to dead head so presume the college knows what to do. Most of mine bloom at least twice in a season. Guess I'll just leave them be! I'll try to remember to give you a report at the end of this season. Anyone got comments about dead heading?7ytn32

stella lily information

marietta mckee - Jun 13, 2012 08:45 PM EDT
my plants after blooming get a steam with a green ball on the end, they don't bloom any more . what am i to do about that what looks like a seed pod? i have pulled it off and other tijmes i left it but the pllant seems to wither and wont bloom anymore for the season. what should i do to revive the plant?
A.Lovely - Jun 24, 2010 06:10 PM EDT
The yellow lilies are always so cheerful to view. They just make the day brighter. Beautiful capture, Carol.
Guest - Jul 29, 2006 08:14 PM EDT
Thanks Brian and Zoya for commenting.Brian I put information in my discription, so other people viewing might see it.Probably more than you really wanted to know.LOL Carol
Guest - Jul 29, 2006 05:44 PM EDT
Ahh so that is the name of these flowers. This is a gorgeous fower :)
Guest - Jul 29, 2006 02:30 PM EDT
This is a pretty flower. How much sun and water does it need to grow? What's the best type of soil for it? How close do you plant them together? I'd love to add a few of these in my gardens, but I have almost no skill at growing stuff.
Guest - Jun 30, 2006 07:39 AM EDT
Thanks Alandra for the lovely comment. The real name in my flower book for this plant is Hemerocallis[Stella de Ora]lily like garden plant. Mine is about a foot high,smaller than my other Lilies. Also when you look at it, sometimes it looks real yellow, than you look again and it appears to look orange.
Guest - Jun 30, 2006 06:28 AM EDT
these are a very pretty variety of daylily, Carol. Believe we've seen some locally, - are they a shorter variety than the "regular" or usual daylilies? If so, we've seen them. Lovely bright yellow colour.

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