Hemerocallis 'Ruby Stella' Description
AVAILABLE SPRING 2020!
Daylily Ruby Stella will deliver a delightful fragrant performance in the garden with vibrant wine-red blooms that doesn't know when to stop blooming!
This exceptional tough-as-nails sun plant belongs in any garden where long bloom, fragrance, and ease of growing is appreciated.Ruby Stella consistently produces flowers from June through first frost without the need for deadheading. Slightly fragrant, dark wine, 3" blooms have yellow throats. Charming dwarf clump grows 16-20" Tall!
Ruby Stella is nicely compact it works well in garden plans when placed in front of the border or used in smaller spaces where larger daylilies will not work. Ruby Stella the sister of Stella de Oro.
Special features: Attracts butterflies, Cold hardy, Drought tolerant, Easy care, Heat tolerant, Attracts hummingbirds, Rabbit resistant, Rebloomer
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- Botanical name:
Hemerocallis 'Ruby Stella'
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- Soil type:
Normal, Sandy, Clay
- Soil moisture:
Dry, Average, Moist
- Height x width:
18" X 18"
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- Bloom season:
Mid summer - fall
Border, Containers, Massing, Naturalizing, Small spaces, Specimen
- Cannot ship to:
AK,CAN, HI, PR
- Patent #:PPAF
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Soil: Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils. Daylilies perform well in a wide range of soils, but prefer deep, fertile loam.
Light: Full sun to light shade -- In areas with hot summers, light afternoon shade will keep brightly colored flowers from fading.
Water: Water plants during the summer if rainfall is less than 1 inch per week. Benefits from a 2-inch layer of compost mulch in spring to retain moisture and control weeds
Spacing: 1.5 to 2 feet.
Fertilizing: Apply a thin layer of compost each spring, (or a light application of time release fertilizer if planted in poorer soils). Avoid excessive fertilizing as this will inhibit flower production.
Winterizing: Can allow foliage to remain for the winter, then remove spent foliage in spring as new growth emerges.
Maintenance & pruning: Remove individual spent flowers daily and cut back flower stalks once all flowers have gone by. Divide plants every three to four years as new growth begins in the spring, lifting plants and dividing them into clumps.
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