The Black-eyed Susan ‘Henry Eilers’, Rudbeckia subtomentosa ‘Henry Eilers’, has tubular star shaped yellow flowers with large dark eyes. The green foliage sits at the bottom of the tall daisy-like flowers.Black-eyed Susan’s need to be grown in full sun in somewhat moist soil conditions in a well-drained area.It is great in borders, for cut flowers or for naturalized areas.Black-eyed Susan’s attract butterflies, provides food for birds in the winter and is mildew-resistant.Plant in masses with Veronica ‘Goodness Grows’ or with ornamental grasses!* Deer resistant* Easy to grow.
The Black-Eyed Susan ‘Autumn Colors’, Rudbeckia ‘Autumn Colors’, has a mix of lovely autumny shades of bronze, red, orange, and yellow.This blockbuster is a must in your sunny garden! The bright large flowers bloom all summer long. These flowers are more than DOUBLE the size of traditional varieties, ranging from 5 to a full 7 inches across!And as if that weren’t exciting enough, each bloom is uniquely ringed and petaled, giving you a varied bouquet from even a small planting!They do well in the back of the border, where their size makes them stand out, or planted among other summer bloomers in the middle of a mixed planting.These strong-stemmed blooms are long-lasting in the vase, so if you have a cutting garden, be sure to grow a few plants just for indoor arrangements.Use this plant in mass plantings, borders, or in containers!Plant in full sun and any well-drained soil; space them at least 16 inches apart so they have good air circulation.* Deer resistant* Easy to grow.
Black-Eyed Susan Early Bird Gold, Rudbeckia fulgida ‘Early Bird Gold’, is an amazing discovery from Dupont Nursery in Louisiana.This rudbeckia has the ability to bloom from early summer into mid-fall. Rudbeckia ‘Early Bird Gold’ PPAF has a sturdy upright habit and golden yellow flowers with brown cone centers.Enjoy the advantages of this variety in decorative containers or in your landscape designs. ‘Black-Eyed Susan’ needs to be grown in full sun in somewhat moist soil conditions in a well-drained area.It is great in borders, for cut flowers or for naturalized areas.Rudbeckia attracts butterflies, provides food for birds in the winter and is mildew-resistant.Plant in masses with ornamental grasses for a lovely landscape effect!* Deer resistant* Easy to grow .
Dainty Rudbeckia with Summer-Long ColorLittle Suzy (Rudbeckia fulgida), is a dainty perennial with a prolific bloom. It would look lovely placed sporadically amid other plantings or planted as a mass planting to provide the stunning effect of a drift of yellow blossoms. Your Little Suzy is as cute as its name.This adorable Black Eyed Susan variety is a petite 1 foot tall with an equal spread. Its’ oblong, medium green foliage is a delightful backdrop for the startling shade of yellow that will burst forth in mid-summer.The prolific blooms of daisy-like, yellow flowers will be a sure stand-out in your yard.As with other varieties of Black Eyed Susan, your Little Suzy is an exceptionally easy plant to cultivate. It doesn’t require a lot of water, tolerates a variety of soil types and weather conditions and still produces a large number of blooms all summer long!Butterflies and bees will gather amid its blossoms in the summer and songbirds will flock to it in the fall for its tasty seeds. However, rabbits and deer tend to leave it alone.Your Little Suzy is a darling way to add the long-lasting, hardy beauty of the Black Eyed Susan without taking up a lot of room.Plant one and enjoy its delicate charm, or plant several for a breathtaking display of summer brilliance.*Bright Yellow Prolific Blooms*Petite Plant with Large Flowers*Deer and Rabbit Resistant.
The Rudbeckia ‘Indian Summer’, Rudbeckia hirta, is an easy to grow perennial with large flower heads of golden yellow with dark eyes that bloom form July to September.Rudbeckia ‘Indian Summer’ has a plant spread of 12-18” and a height of 34-48”. The dark green foliage sits at the bottom on the tall daisy-like flowers and turns to mahogany in the fall.‘Indian Summer’ in an AAS winner and one can see why!‘Indian Summer’ needs to be grown in full sun in somewhat moist soil conditions in a well-drained area.It is great in borders, for cut flowers or for naturalized areas.Rudbeckia attracts butterflies, provides food for birds in the winter and is mildew-resistant.Plant in masses with Veronica ‘Goodness Grows’ or with ornamental grasses.* Deer resistant* Easy to grow.
Dwarf DaisyViette’s Little Suzy (Rudbeckia speciosa) is a beautiful dwarf variety of the Indian Summer Black-eyed Susan. It is a popular, easy-to-grow perennial that has a long blooming period and excellent fall foliage color.Black-eyed Susan’s need to be grown in full sun in somewhat moist soil conditions in a well-drained area. It is great in borders, for cut flowers or for naturalized areas.Black-eyed Susan’s Viettes Little Suzy attracts butterflies, provides food for birds in the winter and is mildew-resistant. Deadheading will encourage more blooming.Use this plant in containers, as cut flowers or in the landscape.* Deer resistant* Easy to grow dwarf variety* Drought tolerant.
Prolific Bloomer with Brilliant ColorLittle Goldstar, Rudbeckia ‘Little Goldstar’, is a heavy-blooming, knee-high variety of Black-Eyed Susan. It’s a stand-out in any setting with its vibrant yellow orange color. Use several as container plants on a patio or brighten a border with a line of these compact beauties.A Little Goldstar in your yard ensures a burst of sunshine from midsummer to fall. The 2-inch blossoms are yellow orange sunbursts of color providing a dense cover for the 15 inch tall, rounded plant of equal spread. The prominent, dark centers lend a dramatic contrast to the daisy-like shape of the brilliantly-colored flowers. With Little Goldstar you’re sure to draw even more color to our yard as butterflies and bees will flock to its striking beauty. Do a little deadheading, and you’ll extend your bloom time even further. Little Goldstar is an incredibly hardy plant that’s not only a show-stopper in the yard, but has other uses as well. You’ll find that the Little Goldstar’s cut flowers are durable and they are even excellent dried and used in various craft projects. Leave the blooms on in the fall and songbirds will feast on the seeds of the dried cone, providing a treat for your wildlife.For bright, long-lasting color with little care, the Little Goldstar simply can’t be beat.*Heavy blooming*Easy to grow*Deer Resistant.
THE Summer Garden ClassicSome flowers are so foolproof that every garden should have them. Goldsturm Black Eyed Susan (RUDBECKIA fulgida Goldsturm) is one of those flowers. This is a super-hardy native American wildflower that never fails to bring oohs and aahs, especially when planted in big groups.Back Eyed Susan’s can still be seen in masses in the wild prairies of the great American Mid-West, but they perform well almost anywhere in the country. This is a garden classic with beautiful bold texture. The mounds of yellow flowers with deep brown centers dazzle in the summer heat and all the way through fall. Each flower can last up to two weeks on the plant or in the vase. (This is an excellent cut flower!)Goldsturm Black-eyed Susan’s are star performers in perennial borders, meadows and prairie gardens and are unparalleled in mass plantings, especially with native grasses. Unbothered by drought or insects, these flowers return with more force year after year.These are one of the most popular garden plants – so much so it was even named the P.P.A. Plant of the Year in 1999. Make sure that your garden has plenty of these on hand too! Order yours from us today.* Super hardy* Blooms for weeks* Great in mass plantings .
Tallest DaisyThe Black-eyed Susan ‘Herbstonne’, Rudbeckia ‘Herbstonne’, is a summer blooming perennial with a unique green cone that is surrounded by yellow petals; this giant is the tallest of the Rudbeckia and will grow to 6 feet tall with a 3 foot spread.It does not need staking, however, you may want to stake it to make sure the flowers do not break at their peak performance.This plant can be a real eye catcher. Plant in the back of the border with buddleias, Joe Pye Weed, and ornamental grasses.The 2″ to 3″ wide, showy, golden yellow daisy-like blooms show off from summer until frost; spreads rapidly to cover a large area. It prefers full sun to partial sun in well-drained soil.This hardy perennial is excellent in borders or naturalized gardens. Rudbeckia attracts butterflies, especially Monarchs. It also provides food for birds in the winter and is mildew-resistant.Plant in masses with ornamental grasses for a lovely landscape effect!* Tallest Daises* Deer resistant* Attracts Wildlife.