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Ruby Stella Daylily

Hemerocallis ‘Berrub’

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Ruby Stella Daylily

Hemerocallis ‘Berrub’

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If you love to see the reblooming of daylilies, you are really going to love it in red, with the Ruby Stella Daylily. Although not directly related to the most well-known daylily of all, ‘Stella de Oro’, it has the same reblooming capacity, on a small plant of similar size – so they are great planted together. About 18 inches tall in bloom, with multiple spikes, each carrying many buds, you can be sure of abundant display for weeks and weeks. It blooms profusely in summer and then, after a brief rest, is back again right into the fall. The 3-inch diameter blooms have broad, recurving petals, and the color is a rich and bold ruby-red, with a bright yellow and green throat. The dense clump of foliage is only a foot tall, so this plant is perfect in smaller spaces and planters, or mass-planted on slopes and in beds for a glorious summer display.

  • Excellent reblooming in summer and fall
  • Many small ruby-red blooms with a yellow throat
  • Compact, only 18 inches tall in bloom
  • A great companion for ‘Stella de Oro’
  • Easy to grow and drought resistant

Full sun will give you the best results with the Ruby Stella Daylily. It grows best in rich, moist, well-drained soils, but this is a tough plant that does just fine in poorer conditions. Established plants are drought resistant and need almost no attention. Loved by butterflies and hummingbirds, but ignored by pests, diseases and deer, it truly is low-maintenance. Remove spent flower stems to encourage reblooming. Cut back the foliage to an inch tall in late fall – that’s all it takes to succeed with this terrific plant.

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