Rudbeckia thrives in full sun and well-drained soil. A country garden favorite, It is a strong perennial that is easy to care for.
As a relative of the black-eyed Susan, rudbeckia may be grown in much the same way as its better-known cousin.
These 3-5 feet plants, which bloom from July to September, have golden-petaled flowers with dark, raised centers. They are very good for cutting.
Rudbeckia Quick Facts:
Scientific Name: Rudbeckia nitida
Common Name: Rudbeckia
Type of Plant: Perennial
Growing Zones for Rudbeckia: Hardy to zone 4
Growing Conditions for Rudbeckia: Full sun, well-drained soil
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