Daylily 'Nashville Star' - 5 Bare Root Plants
Daylily 'Nashville Star', with a golden throat all dressed in red, is as flamboyant as its name. It gets a lot of attention as it blooms repeatedly during the middle of summer. That's star power!
Name(s): Hemerocallis 'Nashville Star', Daylily.
Flower Color: Red blooms with gold throat and faint white stripe down the center of each petal.
Flower Size: 3 to 4-1/2 inches.
Bloom Time: Repeatedly during mid season.
Foliage: Herbaceous. Winter dormant.
Height/Spread: 24 inches x 18 inches.
Climate Zones: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Sun Exposure: Full sun to partial shade.
Soil Condition: Well-drained, pH 6.1 to 7.8
Features: Fragrant, drought tolerant, deer resistant, pest resistant.
Uses: Xeriscaping, massed planting, naturalizing, perennial borders.
Comments: Daylilies are garden staples. They are so-named because the individual flowers last only one day. However, they offer lovely blooms in many colors, an extended bloom season, and they're tough. They are easy to transplant, simple to grow, quick to multiply, drought-tolerant, deer resistant, and bothered by few pests. Planted en masse, they stifle weeds and make a lovely colorful ground cover. They're perfect for naturalizing, too.
Daylilies are generally hardy in USDA climate zones 3 - 10. Plant in full sun to partial shade.
'Nashville Star' produces red blooms with gold throat and white stripe down the center of each petal. Flowers are about 3 inches to 4-1/2 inches across and invite you to take a closer look. Mature height is 24 inches. 'Nashville Star' blooms repeatedly mid-season. It is winter dormant.
These are 1- to 2-fan divisions shipped bare root.
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