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  • Black Eyed Susan, Rudbeckia - 77190
  • Black Eyed Susan, Rudbeckia - 77190
  • Black Eyed Susan, Rudbeckia - 77190
  • Black Eyed Susan, Rudbeckia - 77190
  • Black Eyed Susan, Rudbeckia - 77190

Black Eyed Susan, Rudbeckia

Rudbeckia hirta

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    4.80 stars, based on 10 review(s)
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    Who couldn't love the simple yet stunning look of black-eyed susans? The Goldsturm Rudbeckia is an improved version of the common perennial, yellow blooming flowers in the late summer and early fall and returning year after year in most zones. These flowers are also known to attract birds and can be left standing through the fall and winter for nice interest during the cold, bare months.

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    Daisy

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    Bunnies got to them early, had to put a fence around They are coming back but for next year

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    Can't have too many!

    Omaha NE

    Gorgeous Rudbeckia

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    • Very Hardy
    • beautiful deep yellow
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    I planted them for the 1st time ever and they came up in early summer and stayed blooming, like full lush bundles of sunshine. Everyone commented on how stunning they looked.

    Good so far, 2 out of 3

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    Only been a couple weeks after planting 3 Rudbeckia roots. 2/3 have come up and are doing well along my garden bed. Can't wait for them to bloom!

    Great so far

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    Only been a couple weeks after planting 2 Rudbeckia roots. Both have come up and are doing well along my garden bed. Can't wait for them to bloom!