Stella de Oro are mid-season bloomers, meaning that they begin blooming anytime from late May through mid-June, depending on the local climate. They bloom for a month or more and may re-bloom in August if spent scapes are removed promptly after all of the flowers have bloomed.
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Chicago native Laura Reynolds has been writing for 40 years. She attended American University (D.C.), Northern Illinois University and University of Illinois Chicago and has a B.S. in communications (theater). Originally a secondary school communications and history teacher, she's written one book and edited several others. She has 30 years of experience as a local official, including service as a municipal judge.