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Stella de Oro Daylily (Hemerocallis) also known as Stella D'Oro

Stella de Oro Daylily (Hemerocallis) also known as Stella D'Oro


We just had to add this gorgeous and popular miniature to our collection for 2023. Masses of small gold blooms with delicate ruffled edged petals and a small green throat. It's easy to see why this is a multiple award winner - compact, fragrant and vigorous with an abundance of flowers over an extremely long blooming period. ‘Stella de Oro’, translating to “Star of Gold,” won the Stout Silver Medal in 1987, which is the highest award a daylily can win. 

Extended blooms from early mid season throught the summer months. Dormant foliage in winter. 


  • Height - 28cms
  • Size of blooms - 7cms
  • Bloom season - Mid - June/ July/ Aug
  • Colour - Yellow
  • Fragrant
  • Supplied as mature bareroot with 3-4 fans


NB. Potted cultivars of varying size and price for sale at our nursery from June to August. Please contact us to check availability/ pre-order.

This daylily is currently in propagation and will be ready to ship in October 2024
  • Cultivation and Planting Information

    A very hardy and resistant perennial, Hemerocallis plants are a wise investment for your garden as they are deemed to be almost indestructible. They grow in almost any situation but thrive on full sunlight so best planted in a spot where they will have on average at least 4 hours of sunlight a day.

    Since daylilies can be planted any time of year the soil can be worked, plant your daylilies as soon as possible after arrival. They are not fussy about soil PH but respond well to having a healthy amount of compost or seasoned manure together with, ideally, a small handful of wood ash worked well into the ground before planting.

    When planting, keep the crown of the plant exactly level with the soil and press firmly in place.

    If planted directly into the ground, after an initial good watering, daylilies should not need regular watering (they thrive on benign neglect!), though if planted in pots we do recommend you water them and especially during extended dry and hot spells. Daylilies do not do so well in prolonged wet and marshy ground.

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