When is a daisy not a daisy? When it's a rudbeckia, of course. Abundant flowers on this tender perennial create an eye-catching display that attracts butterflies and admirers alike. Sometimes called Black-Eyed Susan, they have become garden staples, but recent breeding has produced amazing diversity in color, form and habit. They are all true workhorses with very few problems, and this trio will get you hooked. Most rudbeckia varieties come in shades of yellow or orange, with a dark center seed head, but our trio includes plants with petals in russet, bronze, and mahogany tones. The flowers are daisy-like and can be single, semi-double, and fully double. You can tell them apart from coneflowers (Echinacea) and Shasta daisies (Leucanthemum) by their coarse-textured, hairy leaves. Their remarkable heat tolerance and super-strong stems guarantee success in extreme conditions. Trio contains one each of: Rudbeckia 'Cherry Brandy', Rudbeckia 'Denver Daisy', Rudbeckia 'Goldsturm'. Total 3 plants.
Winter Care:None, except to mulch the first winter, especially in areas where plants may heave from the ground due to alternating freezing and thawing temperatures. Remove the mulch early in spring, before the new growth starts.
Flower Color:red, yellow, mixed
Flower Form:3-4" daisylike flowers have golden-yellow petals and an attractive, brownish-black center cone.
Foliage Type:Coarse, dark green, oblong to lanceolate leaves.
Pruning:Remove spent flowers to encourage repeat blooming. After flowering.
Soil Requirement:Well-drained, average garden soil.
Restricted States:AE AK GU HI PR
When will my order ship?
Plants will be shipped at the proper planting time for your area of the country during the shipping timeframes outlined below:
2018 Spring Shipping Schedule
Perennials & Potted Plants
5/7/18 - 6/8/18
4/2/18 - 6/8/18
3/19/18 - 6/8/18
3/12/18 - 6/8/18
3/5/18 - 6/8/18
7A & 7B
2/26/18 - 6/8/18
8A & 8B
2/19/18 - 5/18/18
2/12/18 - 5/18/18
Last Order Date
Zones Zones 1-7: June 4th, 2018 Zones 8-10: May 14th, 2018