I grow a few clumps of Stella D’ora daylilies throughout my garden and they are wonderfully simple flowers to care for because they do well in both moderate to full sun, don’t need a whole lot of care and they manage to rebloom several times throughout the growing season.
I tend to grow my Stella D’ora’s near plants such as Hostas and heucheras. They also look quite nice beside lavender or purple Salvia.
I think in all I grow about five different types of daylilies, but even though Stella is quite common, I still think it’s one of the easiest and nicest day lilies that I grow.
Do you grow day lilies in your garden?
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