Rudbeckia triloba Brown Eyed Susan Seeds

Rudbeckia triloba Brown Eyed Susan Seeds

R. triloba
Brown Eyed Susan, Branched Coneflower
Thin-Leaved Coneflower, Three-Lobed Coneflower

Product ID#: RR1880-8511

Additional Information

Harvesting Good for Cutting, Cut & Come Again, Long Vase Life
Growing Conditions Field Crop
Additional Characteristics Start Early for Transplants, Good for Overwintering, Cold Tolerant, Heat Tolerant, Easy to Grow
Flowering Month May, June, July, August, September, October
Garden Style Cutting / Cut Flowers, English Cottage, Romantic
Lighting Conditions Full Sun, Partial Sun
Seed Type Open Pollinated
Days to Maturity 120 Days
Stem Type Branching Stem
Plant Hardiness Hardy
Plant Height 31 - 40 inches
Plant Lifecycle Perennial
Plant Uses Cut Flower & Bouquets, Bouquet Filler Flower, Wild Flowers, Attracts Beneficial Insects, Attracts Friendly Pollinators, Bedding, Landscape
Shape Disk, Filler Flower
  • 1 packet

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$3.95
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Rudbeckia triloba, commonly known as Brown Eyed Susan, is a prolific bloomer, producing daisy shaped, golden yellow, single petal flowers with a raised furry chocolate brown center eye on well branched sturdy 30" inch stems. Celebrated as a British Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit winner, the triloba variety is a staple crop for cut flower production growers, who use it as a filler flower. Cottage gardeners also appreciate this variety for its warm, country wild flower feel in their garden beds. A super attractant for welcome pollinators such as butterflies, birds and bumble bees. Notably deer resistant and heat tolerant, this North American native self-sows freely and grows successfully in most soil types across climate zones. Packet: 100 seeds.
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