Plant Details: Tall Rudbeckia
5 - 9
The Tallest Rudbeckia we know of. This species was recorded, (first time ever documented), in Georgia in 1997 by Jim Allison our retired State Botanist. It grows best in damp to average soils in sunny locations and can mature each Summer to 9-10'High. Rudbeckia auriculata develops a large basal rosette to 3-4'Wide in early Spring. Very impressive species and begins to send up its inflorescence (flower arrangement) in April on thick stalks that reach 6'High on average. Each plant can have as many as 8-10 flowering stalks rising from its massive basal rosette. Each stalk can produce as many as 80 3-4" Wide flowers. This species will dominate the area with a stately manner.
Plant Growing Conditions
Seed / tsp
This is fresh clean seed, ready to sow. We normally only have seed available until Novemberish of each year since we do not hold any seed over the winter.
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