Sherrie S
Sherrie S
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Asked on May 22, 2012

This is a lillie but what type of lillie

VickyStephanie corleyLibby O'Rourke
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This is the only lily that made it through the winter and is looking good. What type is this. I will fill the whole big bed with these flowers once I know what to buy.
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  • Pat C
    on May 22, 2012

    they look like orchids, they do grow out doors in Fl. I grow then in the house in Mo.

  • Pam
    on May 23, 2012

    It looks like a Stells De Oro daylilly.

  • Angie G
    on May 23, 2012

    Day Lily, yes.

  • Sandra R
    on May 23, 2012

    It's a Stella D. lilly. After they are done blooming cut the stems back, they should rebloom foe you.

  • DONNA M
    on May 23, 2012

    Stella Doro, and they multiply like crazy, no need to buy more, seperate at bottom and replant, beautiful as ever, I started out witha climp my dad gave me, and they have exploded all over my yard, i just keep thinning the originals and some of the others and re-planting!!

  • Sherrie S
    on May 23, 2012

    Pat C, they are lillies. Orchids do grow very well outside in Florida in a very shady area. Thank you Sandra R, Pam D & Donna M for the answer. I want to fill up the bed quickly so I will buy Stella Doro since it is the only plant that lived. All other lillies in the bed died.

  • Lisa D
    on May 23, 2012

    maybe a stella

  • Sherrie S
    on May 23, 2012

    Lisa D, yes it is a Stella Doro. It appears that this plant grows everywhere and is easy to grow. Thank you everyone who posted.

  • Melissa K
    on May 23, 2012

    Yep, Stella D'Oro, reblooming

  • Sherrie S
    on May 23, 2012

    Melissa K - Wow, this was so easy why didn't I know what that pretty flower was? I have so many pretty and important flowers & I just didn't care what they were called. Now I want to know and thank all of you for the answer.

  • Gynarchy B
    on May 23, 2012

    Day liillies. I have them in my sunny spot area. I am hoping they will grow beautifully. I love the color! They are bright and cheerful!

  • Pam H
    on May 24, 2012

    I have many lillies, I have the orange ones that line my drive way. I have found if I dead head them each day I get flowers through September. In Iowa, mine start to bloom the first part of July. I love them, they take no special care. Such an easy and beautiful flower.

  • Carol C
    on May 24, 2012

    Looks like Stella Doro. I have many and sometimes they bloom twice in the summer.

  • Kathleen F
    on May 24, 2012

    I think it is a daylily called "Many Happy Returns", one of the Stella d' oro cultivars. It's very hardy. Mine are at least 14 years old now.

  • Melissa K
    on May 24, 2012

    Stella D'Oro Daylily. Reblooms

  • CONNIE W
    on Jun 9, 2012

    Stella D'Oro. It is Happy Returns. Grows very quickly, reblooms if you cut back the stems, I have to keep them divided or they just take over.

  • UpState
    on Mar 23, 2015

    Happy Returns....'yellow-er' than Stellas.

  • F P Spillers
    on Mar 23, 2015

    It's a Stella D'Oro. They are also a darker orange gold color. And yes, they spread quickly. Just keep the grass pulled away. Very hardy.

  • CDM
    on Apr 29, 2015

    Stella D'Oro

  • Marilynn Gillespie
    on May 3, 2015

    Yes, I'd say it was a Stella D'oro. It is the lily that blooms for the longest period of time in your garden. They come back year after year and look beautiful!

  • Carmie
    on May 3, 2015

    We call them day Lilys.

  • Libby O'Rourke
    on Jun 1, 2015

    Yes they are "Daylillie's", and if you can put them where you want to leave them, they will multiply like crazy and are super georgeous when in multiple bunches. They just need a border of some kind to keep them from running out into the yard.

  • Linda Phillips
    on Jun 23, 2015

    Divide these Stella d'Ores every 3 yrs. by digging them up and chopping them into thirds with a shovel blade. Replant one third and use the rest in other places or share with a friend.I have them all around my house in the front border of my flowerbeds. My sister gave me my starts from her plants when we moved in 9 yrs. ago. I have given lots away when I divide them too. They will also grow well in pots. I have a few on my deck in pots. I love to use the flowers in bouquets. Each flower only last one day, but there are always clusters of buds on each stem and they will open even after picking.

  • Renee Crosby Wicker
    on Feb 21, 2016

    Hard to tell how large Lillie is but agree with the others. If Lillie is all larger maybe Happy Return

  • UpState
    on Feb 23, 2016

    A Stella d'Oro is a gold color, Happy Returns are a much brighter and lighter yellow.

  • Deltamom
    on Feb 23, 2016

    Stella D'Oro daylilies. Hardy. Drought tolerant when established. Smaller than regular daylilies but prolific repeat bloomers.

  • Sharon
    on Apr 24, 2016

    Looks like a lemon Lilly. A perennial daylight.

  • Carmen Evans
    on Apr 24, 2016

    Hi there, if it only lasts a day then it is the day Lilly species hence the name. They come in a variety of colours and are quite hardy.

  • Helen Dunbar
    on May 15, 2016

    This is a Stella De'or. I have lots of this lovely plant. Stella's are extra hardy and survive our West Virginia winters with flying colors. Helen

  • Rch2544124
    on Jun 17, 2016

    tuto nádhernou květinu mám v barvě této zářivě žluté,cihlové a hnědé-je žíhaná žlutou.

  • Sue Kiene
    on Oct 16, 2016

    they come in purple too, my favorite

  • Libby O'Rourke
    on Oct 17, 2016

    i'TS A day lily--

  • Libby O'Rourke
    on Oct 18, 2016

    Your welcome

  • Stephanie corley
    on Oct 23, 2016

    Day lilly: stella de ora

  • Vicky
    on Oct 23, 2016

    Stella d oro

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