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Cherry Brandy Black Eyed Susan

hirta 'Cherry Brandy'

#77281
Availability: Out of Stock
$5.58
Was: $13.95
You Save: $8.37 (60.0%)
1 root per package
4.64 stars, based on 11 review(s)
Ships: 1 Business Day
A brand new color of Rudbeckia. The Cherry Brandy Black Eyed Susan offers deep red petals, never seen before in this species of plants. Plenty of blooms all summer though early fall will adorn this new variety. This plant is great for fresh cut flower bouquets as well as attracting butterflies!
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Slow start

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Bought 2 plants. One is growing ok, slow but okay. Other did not survive. Was possibly too cold for it when initially planted.

Cherry brandy black eyed Susan

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Great plant. Already budding and about to open. Can't wait to see these beauties fully bloomed

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Already sprouting. Nice big root. The red should be a nice contrast. Fun to have a red to add to the mix.

Looks Good

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Bare roots look good. Planted them this weekend.

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Growing Well Wherever I Put Them . . .

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  • Sale Price
  • Easy To Grow
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I started the two roots I received, which were substantial, in the Miracle Gro 12 hydroponic system. I put them in on Easter Sunday and took them out at the end of the month, because the plants had reached the light at the top of the system. Plus, some lower leaves were turning yellow, so I feared it might be too much watering. I then planted both in one 7 gallon fabric pot, with Miracle Gro potting soil, and put them outside. They are growing taller and taller, and this week there are flowering buds at the tops.