- Black-eyed Susan, Gloriosa Daisy
- Height: 26-28 inches
- Hardiness Zone: 5-9
- Exposure: Full Sun
- Bloom Time: July-Ocotober
- Each Quart contains 1 Denver Daisy Rudbeckia Plant
The Denver Daisy Rudbeckia Plant produces 6-8 inch, brilliant yellow blossoms, and has a deep red halo surrounding each chocolate-brown colored eye. Best grown as an annual but may self-sow. They grow best in full sun and well-drained soil. Deadheading to encourage prolific bloom, 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
Angela D. on 8/7/2023 10:18:07 AM
Comment: Beautiful! Started blooming a week after I potted.
"It was growing great"
Rhianna M. on 8/24/2022 10:29:31 PM
Comment: She arrived healthy and bloomed wonderfully... And then my nephew plucked her whole roots and all, haha. We re planted her in hopes she would survive.
"black eyed susan plant"
gina b on 5/11/2019 4:39:45 PM
Comment: Plants arrived in very good shape. Very healthy. Doing very well in garden.
Nancy H on 6/5/2015 11:24:18 AM
Comment: The plants arrived looking very healthy. I planted them the next day and watered them really good and they are continuing to thrive. Only complaint is how long it took to get them. Was told they were going to ship on a certain date and a week later I still did not have them. Called GrowJoy to find out where they were and did not get a return call. After 2 weeks, still no plants. I was thinking that they messed up my order and was not going to get them. I made a second call to GrowJoy and again n... More details
"Denver Daisy Rudbeckia"
Cody M on 7/26/2013 9:33:26 AM
Comment: Great looking plant. Great shipping
Cody M on 7/18/2013 7:58:47 AM
Comment: Shipping is quick. My Rudbeckia plants arrived looking very healthy!
Andrea D C on 6/28/2013 10:31:53 PM
Comment: Beautiful contrast in color, different from other variety I had in the past. I am hoping this one is a true perennial because the 2 I had planted in different areas last year did not come back. Such a pretty plant all together
>> Read all product reviews  |
Write your own review
-- Please Select State --
District Of Columbia