- Black-eyed Susan, Gloriosa Daisy
- Height: 18-24 inches
- Hardiness Zone: 3-8
- Exposure: Full Sun
- Bloom Time: July-Ocotober
- Each Quart contains 1 Autumn Colors Rudbeckia Plant
Get ready for a rusty rainbow of fall colors as the Autumn Colors Rudbeckia arrives in a stunning display of deep gold, red, rust and bronzy-red. With larger than average blooms and an extended flowering season, it's a standout in any outdoor space. Rudbeckias are an excellent cut flower, so be sure to create some color for your indoor arrangements. They grow best in full sun and well-drained soil. Deadheading old blooms will encourage continual flower production, leaving some of the last seed heads to remain for winter food for seed eating wild birds. Black-eyed Susan plants attracts butterflies while deer avoid them!
Rudbeckia Companion Plants: Aster, Chrysanthemum, Crocosmia, Eryngium, Grasses, Salvia
Gail G. on 8/19/2022 8:11:10 AM
Comment: This plant is flowering already & it is stunning!!! I love the plants I have gotten from grow Joy
Courtney B. on 6/21/2022 12:04:20 PM
Comment: Love GrowJoy! Highly recommend them for all your gardening plants! Beautiful plants and flowers! Love this place! Will definitely continue to buy my plants from GrowJoy!
"Autumn Colors Rudbeckia Plant (Black-Eyed Susan)"
Nancy Gebhardt on 1/21/2021 5:38:44 PM
Comment: These three Rudbeckia plants grew rapidly and put on a beautiful display of Autumn colors. The big beautiful flowerheads of mixed red, yellow, orange, gold and rust colors lasted a long time, and bloomed all Summer and through the Fall. Thank You, GrowJoy! Nancy Gebhardt
"Autumn Colors Rudbeckia"
kathryn b on 7/7/2019 6:37:40 PM
Comment: Carefully packaged - arrived healthy and is growing and blooming - very happy
"Blackeye Susan's Autumn"
Shirley on 7/2/2019 11:20:24 AM
Comment: This is not my first time ordering them They are stunning in the garden. Good height and my last year ones are even better.
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