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Indian Summer is a new Black-eyed Susan with large, semi-double flowers. A real easy to grow beauty. (Rudbeckia hirta)...
'Goldsturm' Black Eyed Susan brings a burst of showy color to the full-sun garden. Golden yellow, daisy-like petals surround nectar-rich, brown center 'buttons' set atop deep green f...
Rudbeckia ‘Prairie Glow’ illuminates the garden with burnt orange blooms tipped in golden yellow. Petals surround a dark chocolate eye beloved by native bees and butterflies. Gol...
Rudbeckia ‘Prairie Sun’ produces gorgeous daisy-like blooms from early-summer through frost. Large, 5-inch flowers bear overlapping rings of orange petals tipped in lemon-yellow ...
Cherokee Sunset Black-Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia) casts an autumn glow across the garden with large double and semi-double blooms burning in radiant yellow, orange, and copper hues. A dar...
Chim Chiminee Black-Eyed Susan paints the garden in rusty hues of bronze, gold, mahogany, and burnt orange from midsummer through autumn. Large flowers bear quilled petals for added ...
Cherry Brandy is a hybrid with vivid red, soft petals that deepen towards the rich, brown center. A long-lasting bloomer, this Rudbeckia will produce striking blooms throughout the s...
With beautiful brown and gold blooms, the Black Eyed Susan Denver Daisy is easy to grow and is heat tolerant. It’s deer resistant, and attracts pollinators to your garden. The bes...
Sahara Black-Eyed Susan brings elegant, antique hues to a long-time garden favorite. Large, mostly double flowers bloom dusty rose, copper, amber, and russet against a dark chocolate...
Rudbeckia ‘Little Goldstar’ is a knock-out bloomer with golden daisy-like flowers adding months of color to the garden. Flowers stand erect above dark green foliage on sturdy ste...
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).