STAR STRUCK

$29.99 each, 3 for $79.98

4.91 out of 5 based on 11 customer ratings
(11 customer reviews)

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5″ bloom, 26″ tall, Mid-Late Season + rebloom, Dormant

Star Struck features big gold blooms with wide petals and ruffled edges. A very prolific bloomer, it starts late in the season and just keeps on blooming. Makes a great display in the landscape. Fragrant. A 1998 All-American Daylily Selection.

 

Color

Bloom Size

Height

Bloom Season

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Foliage Types

Hybridizer

Awards

All-American Daylily Selection

Bloom Period

Shipping Season

Sun Exposure

Soil Type

Zone Range

3 to 9

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  1. One person found this helpful

    Ruth Stufflebeem

    This daylily is fantastic. I recently learned that Oakes was the hybridizer; makes me even more impressed with your company. Star Struck has won the blue ribbon at our county fair for several years running. Our fair is always the last week in July. Many of my daylilies are done by then. Just another reason to love her – she’s a late bloomer. I grow approximately 150 varieties. Star Struck is one of my top 5 picks.

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    Bloomington, MN

    I have had Star Struck for many years – in many different beds in my garden, and in landscaping. I have a narrow bed that runs the side of our garage only 3′ deep – with a grass strip on its other edge. It gets no morning sun, then 2 hrs direct and 2 hrs filtered sun on a west wall. They thrive there among large chartreuse hosta, mid season unnamed purplish red small/tall graceful daylilies, tall dark blue butterfly weed, and blue fall asters late fall. The colors are beautiful in the shade and all seems to get just enough sun to flourish. And Start Struck is the star! I LOVE this daylily! I have two dozen of them now – they work with anything in your garden!

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    Louisville, KY

    Very eye-catching, Shows up great in the landscape. Much softer gold than Stella D’Oro.

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    Charlotte, NC

    I planted my Star Struck at the end of April, and I have to say that I am star struck. It’s a beauty!

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    Woodruff, SC

    WOW!!!! What a fantastic daylily. Huge, gorgeous blooms that really stand out. I just planted these plants last October (here in Zone 8a) and the following summer they are loaded with buds and blooms. There are so many nice daylilies that its hard to pick a favorite, but this has got to be one of them.

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    Massillon, OH

    Another “winner” from Oakes! WOW! I can depend on Star Struck to shine beautifully throughout my landscape with big luscious blooms just as the other earlier varieties are dwindling. Very sturdy and a true “show stopper”! Carolyn Jacob

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    sebastopol, CA

    Gorgeous blooms, color and form – not much fragrance. Starstruck seems to be taking longer than some daylilies to get to the prolific bloom stage, but I love and cherish every ruffled golden melon bloom. My garden is 55 north of San Francisco, Sunset Zone 15 and I know dormant daylilies aren’t recommended for here, but I have four dormants, and two of them (Cedar Waxwing and Sparkling Orange)are among my most prolific bloomers.

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    Richmond, VA

    Oh my goodness! I have not had good results from the All-American daylilies, I guess because Central Virginia has such an extreme climate — but Starstruck is amazing! My 2-year-old plant has 10 well-branched scapes and has been blooming for a month, with many blooms yet to open. If I could keep only one daylily, it might be this one!

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    Birmingham, AL

    I have many daylilies. Star Struck has jumped to the top of my favorites list. It was beautiful it’s first season, but now in it’s second season in my garden it is absolutely stunning. Strong and sturdy,standing up to rain and wind; and even though it has bloomed for a good while, it is still covered in buds for future blooms. I have fallen in love with this gorgeous bloomer! It’s beauty is almost impossible to describe.

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    Nacogdoches, TX

    Star Struck was one of 12 varieties I ordered for the 2004 season. It was by far the best bloomer. In fact, it bloomed from June into August. It is just as beautiful as it’s picture. If you want a great bloomer with good rebloom, don’t pass on this one.

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    Rochester, NY

    This daylily is the last to bloom in my garden and is really spectacular. This is its first year and is loaded with blossoms. This is perfect for anyone looking for a late bloomer.

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