Purple De Oro

$14.99 each, 3 for $39.99

4.25 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)
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3″ bloom, 20″ tall, Mid Season + rebloom, Dormant

The purple version of the classic ‘Stella De Oro’, isn’t quite the rebloomer that Stella is, but a close second.

 

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  1. So Pretty

    bcnygren (verified owner)

    Chose this for the color and rebloom. 6 plants bought in early 2020. Did so-so in 2021. In 2022, used Oakes fertilizer as directed, some plants don’t have a lot of growth, but all 6 have some flowers – I am thrilled. In zone 6a. One of my favorite daylillies for height, size, and color (as pictured).

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    Deep purple

    Kim (verified owner)

    In 30115, first bloom on 6/7. A deep purple. Beautiful. Last year the color was much less intense, appeared almost faded. Very pleased this year.

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    Deep purple

    Kim (verified owner)

    Deep purple

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  4. I love this one

    Anthony R. Cox

    It was the only daylily I could buy at a nursery in Largo Florida last summer, was potted with foliage but no scapes left then. It started blooming on March and continued through April. It has much larger blooms and foliage than my Stella De Oro, which just started blooming today (May 31). I guess I will find out about well it reblooms later this year.

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    Nice, but...

    Angela Morgan

    I’ve had 3 of these plants for 5 years, and I have to say they have grown into vigorous clumps with extremely attractive blue-green leaves. They bloom pretty vigorously, too. But I don’t find the lighter color on the outer petals to be an attractive feature. I’ve moved them to a spot where they won’t get as much sun in the hopes that the shade will give them a somewhat prettier color for me. But I would keep them for the foliage not matter what the flowers look like.

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