Rudbeckia

(Rudbeckia hirta) Rudbeckia is a native wildflower of North America that is extremely atrractive to pollinators. Spectacular in mass plantings, these low-maintenance plants require little more to thrive than average soil and full to partial sun. They are some of the most robust and attractive plants around! Drought tolerant and disease resistant, rudbeckia, also known as black-eyed susan, is adored by pollinators and makes gorgeous cut flower bouquets. There are both hardy perennial rudbeckia types as well as half hardy perennials that are grown more as annuals that may self seed. They grow easily from seed, and once established, you'll be enjoying these stunning blooms for years to come! Direct sow or start indoors. Ideal germination temperature is 68-75 F. Surface sow seeds as light aids germination. Seeds germinate in 7-21 days. Space plants 8 to 12 inches apart. Removing spent blooms prolongs the blooming season. Self sows freely.

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