Black Eyed Susan

Black Eyed Susan

Sunny blooms that bring tireless cheer to the yard

Black Eyed Susan, also known as Rudbeckia, are long-lasting flowers that keep the garden going with brilliant color into the late season. The most famous is probably Rudbeckia 'Goldsturm' and you've likely seen it everywhere, every summer, blooming like crazy for weeks and weeks -- it might be the most popular perennial in the world. Black Eyed Susans return dependably with more and more blooms each year, and best of all, are among the easiest plants to grow. We also have Black Eyed Susan seeds (Rudbeckia hirta) and Gloriosa Daisy seeds (Rudbeckia gloriosa).

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  1. Giant Black Eyed Susan or Great Coneflower, Rudbeckia maxima

    Bring the native beauty of the prairie to your garden beds with the dramatic Giant Black Eyed Susan. Low, gray-green foliage clusters send up tall stalks 4-6 feet tall topped with ye...

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    Giant Black Eyed Susan Giant Black Eyed Susan, Great Coneflower Rudbeckia maxima
    $13.32 Sale $9.99
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Bring the native beauty of the prairie to your garden beds with the dramatic Giant Black Eyed Susan. Low, gray-green foliage clusters send up tall stalks 4-6 feet tall topped with yellow coneflowers in early summer. Blooms are loved by finches and butterflies. A low-maintenance plant that excels in average and poor soils. Deer resistant. (Rudbeckia maxima)
  2. American Gold Rush Black Eyed Susan

    American Gold Rush‚ Black Eyed Susan PP#28498 is a new cultivar that delivers the intense golden color of traditional Black-Eyed Susans, with the benefit of disease-resistant b...

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    American Gold Rush Black Eyed Susan American Gold Rush Black Eyed Susan PP#28498 Rudbeckia x American Gold Rush PP#28498
    $15.99 Sale $13.59
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    American Gold Rush' Black Eyed Susan PP#28498 is a new cultivar that delivers the intense golden color of traditional Black-Eyed Susans, with the benefit of disease-resistant breeding and a slightly smaller stature. Their deep green, narrow foliage will stay fresh and beautiful throughout the season, even in humid areas. 'American Gold Rush' blooms heavily from mid-summer through early fall. Rich ochre blooms are a pollinator favorite in a sunny garden or meadow. (Rudbeckia)
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