• Cherry Brandy Rudbeckia

    Cherry Brandy Rudbeckia

    A uniquely hued variety, each dark chocolate center of its large, 3- to 4-in. blooms is surrounded by rich cherry-red petals. These robust 20- to 24-in. tall plants are vigorous growers that produce masses of striking blooms from midsummer to frost. Tolerant of poor growing conditions, Cherry Brandy is heat and drought resistant and adapts well to poor soil. Prefers full sun to part shade. Start indoors 8 weeks before last frost. If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.

    Award-winning, 20- to 24-in. tall plants produce masses of uniquely hued blooms from midsummer to frost. Each dark chocolate center of this 3- to 4-in. bloom is surrounded by rich, cherry red petals. Vigorous growers. Tolerant of poor growing conditions, Cherry Brandy is heat-and drought-resistant and adapts well to poor soil. Prefers full sun to part shade. Start indoors 8 weeks before last frost. $4.99 $14.99

  • Cherry Brandy Rudbeckia Plant

    Cherry Brandy Rudbeckia Plant

    After growing Cherry Brandy, you'll never look at Rudbeckia the same way again! This powerhouse of a plant is just 2 feet tall, but sends up dozens upon dozens of giant daisies over a long season, bringing butterflies and bees to pay their respects all summer long. The long-lasting blooms combine rich shades of red and maroon with that trademark big black eye, so you can imagine how terrific they look in the vase (or just the cone, dried as an Everlasting!). In autumn, hungry songbirds replace the butterflies and bees, feasting on the seeds. Don't worry, though -- there…

  • Goldsturm Strain Rudbeckia Plant

    Goldsturm Strain Rudbeckia Plant

    One of gardeners' favorites for long-lasting, lush color that brings home the butterflies, Goldsturm Strain is a trouble-free, floriferous native perennial that drenches the mid- to late-summer garden with sunny color! These 2-foot plants send up numerous long, sturdy stems, each bearing a 3-inch bloom with a prominent black center and slightly recurved golden petals. The strong stems are ideal for cutting!Very easy to grow in any sunny spot, Goldsturm Strain is long-lived and free blooming. It has all the advantages of African Marigolds, plus better heat and drought tolerance! Zones 3-9.

    One of gardeners' favorites for long-lasting, lush color that brings home the butterflies, Goldsturm Strain is a trouble-free, floriferous native perennial that drenches the mid- to late-summer garden with sunny color! These 2-foot plants send up numerous long, sturdy stems, each bearing a 3-inch bloom with a prominent black center and slightly recurved golden petals. The strong stems are ideal for cutting!Very easy to grow in any sunny spot, Goldsturm Strain is long-lived and free blooming. It has all the advantages of African Marigolds, plus better heat and drought tolerance! Zones 3-9.

    One of gardeners' favorites for long-lasting, lush color that brings home the butterflies, Goldsturm Strain is a trouble-free, floriferous native perennial that drenches the mid- to late-summer garden with sunny color! These 2-foot plants send up numerous long, sturdy stems, each bearing a 3-inch bloom with a prominent black center and slightly recurved golden petals. The strong stems are ideal for cutting!Very easy to grow in any sunny spot, Goldsturm Strain is long-lived and free blooming. It has all the advantages of African Marigolds, plus better heat and drought tolerance! Zones 3-9.

  • Indian Summer Rudbeckia Gloriosa Daisy Plant

    Indian Summer Rudbeckia Gloriosa Daisy Plant

    This is the largest Black-Eyed Susan we have ever grown, with single and semi-double blooms stretching out 6 to 9 inches across! Yet all this bloom power is supported by sturdy, compact plants that reach just 3 to 3 1/2 feet tall and never need staking! Rudbeckia is one of the joys of the country garden and naturalized display, and these rich golden blooms just glow in the summer and fall sun, replacing themselves as quickly as you can cut them! They attract butterflies and compliments by the dozen, and are unrivalled in cut flower arrangements. Indian Summer won an…

  • Little Goldstar Rudbeckia fulgida var sullivantii Black-Eyed Susan Plant

    Little Goldstar Rudbeckia fulgida var sullivantii Black-Eyed Susan Plant

    Plant Patent Applied For.Goldsturm Strain has been the standard of excellence in the Rudbeckia family for so long that it seems incredible to say that another variety could be superior, but that's what we've got with nifty 'Little Goldstar.' This ultra-compact Black-eyed Susan offers more blooms on a much tighter habit -- so petite it can be grown easily in containers, as well as in the sunny garden!Just 14 to 16 inches high and wide, 'Little Goldstar' nonetheless sets big 2- to 2½-inch blooms on strong stems above dark green foliage. Set with long, slender golden petals around a prominent…

    Plant Patent Applied For.Goldsturm Strain has been the standard of excellence in the Rudbeckia family for so long that it seems incredible to say that another variety could be superior, but that's what we've got with nifty 'Little Goldstar.' This ultra-compact Black-eyed Susan offers more blooms on a much tighter habit -- so petite it can be grown easily in containers, as well as in the sunny garden!Just 14 to 16 inches high and wide, 'Little Goldstar' nonetheless sets big 2- to 2½-inch blooms on strong stems above dark green foliage. Set with long, slender golden petals around a prominent…

  • Rudbeckia 'All Sorts Mixed'

    Rudbeckia 'All Sorts Mixed'

    Made up from the full range of varieties we offer. Excellent for cutting and borders. Most are hardy perennials in temperate climates in all but the most severe winters. Z4-9. Germination: 30-120 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil. 18-36in.

  • Rudbeckia 'Green Wizard'

    Rudbeckia 'Green Wizard'

    Looking like a plucked daisy, this Rudbeckia sports long, thin green sepals and a giant, pointy deep purple to black cone (the size and shape of a large strawberry)! Wonderfully attention-getting in the garden, 'Green Wizard' is also welcome as an Everlasting, where its ultra-strong stems support these stylish cones for months on end, adding interesting texture and tall vertical effect to bouquets, centerpieces, and decorations of all types.'Green Wizard' is from a species of Rudbeckia native to the moist mountain meadows of the northwestern United States. Unlike some other Rudbeckia varieties (Goldsturm Strain, Denver Daisy, etc.), it isdrought-tolerant, needing…

  • Rudbeckia - hirta  'Cherry Brandy'

    Rudbeckia - hirta 'Cherry Brandy'

    Rich cherry-red blooms on robust plants flower all summer whatever the weather. Stunning when planted as drifts in borders or in large containers, as well as making a vibrant cut flower. Germination: 7-21 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil. 24in.

  • Rudbeckia - hirta Prairie Sun

    Rudbeckia - hirta Prairie Sun

    Spectacular bright orange petals, radiating back to pale lemon-yellow tips with an intriguing green central cone. An impressive centerpiece to bedding displays and a dazzling cut flower. Germination: 7-21 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil. 24-36in.

  • Rudbeckia amplexicaulis

    Rudbeckia amplexicaulis

    This drought-tolerant, quick-growing perennial produces masses of golden-yellow, Mexican-hat-like blooms, standing above blue-green foliage all summer. Ideal planted in wide drifts, creating a natural prairie effect in your garden. Germination: 7-21 days, 59-68F. Well-drained soil. Z8-9. 24in.

  • Rudbeckia Denver Daisy™

    Rudbeckia Denver Daisy™

    What a great idea this was! For the 150th anniversary of the city in 2008, Denver decided to introduce a new twist on the native Black-eyed Susan, give away seed in schools, banks, and other offices all over the city, and blanket the landscape in color. Denver Daisy™ was a sensation, and this hardy perennial will be beautifying the landscape for years to come! Now you can enjoy these giant blooms on drought- and pest-resistant plants too!Bred from the nativespecies and R. 'Prairie Sun,' Denver Daisy™ sports6- to 8-inch blooms with outstretched petals of purest yellow. At the base of…

  • Rudbeckia Goldquelle

    Rudbeckia Goldquelle

    This prairie native has large, daisy-like, double lemon-yellow flowers with contrasting green centres that turn yellow as they age. Finely-divided, toothed, mid green leaves provide a pretty backdrop for the double blooms. A tall but neat form makes it highly suitable for back borders and cut-flower bouquets; for best results when cutting, choose a sunny side that does not dry out over summer. When flowering comes to an end, leave on a few seed-heads on the taller stems to add winter interest. #1 Plant Full Sun to Part Shade 24-36" Late Summer to Mid Fall 4-10 If our spring shipping…

  • Rudbeckia h 'Kelvedon Star'

    Rudbeckia h 'Kelvedon Star'

    A striking bedding, container and cut flower with masses of 4in bright yellow flowers with mahogany-brown centers. Germination: 7-21 days, 68-85F. Well-drained soil. 30-36in.

  • Rudbeckia h. 'Goldilocks'

    Rudbeckia h. 'Goldilocks'

    10-20 long-lasting flowers per plant, 3-3½in across. Fresh blooms overlap to hide those fading. Germination: 7-21 days, 68-85F. Well-drained soil. 24in.

  • Rudbeckia h. 'Green Eyes'

    Rudbeckia h. 'Green Eyes'

    Unique, with pointed yellow petals and olive green eyes. Germination: 7-21 days, 68-85F. Well-drained soil. 30in.

  • Rudbeckia h. 'Toto'

    Rudbeckia h. 'Toto'

    Dwarf, compact plants which have many rich golden blooms with a deep chocolate central cone. Early to flower over a long period with excellent all-weather resistance. Germination: 7-21 days, 68-85F. Well-drained soil. 10in.

  • Rudbeckia hirta 'Cappuccino'

    Rudbeckia hirta 'Cappuccino'

    Bright bronze, copper, and rusty red blooms on vigorous, well-branched plants add color to borders all summer long. The large, 6in blooms make a vibrant cut flower. Germination: 7-21 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil. 16in.

  • Rudbeckia hirta hybrida 'Chim Chiminee'™

    Rudbeckia hirta hybrida 'Chim Chiminee'™

    Specially bred so that each flower has a collar of unusual, quilled petals in a striking assortment of colors. Makes an intriguing cut flower. Superb weather resistance. Germination: 7-21 days, 68-85F. Well-drained soil. 24-30in.

  • Rudbeckia occidentalis 'Green Wizard'

    Rudbeckia occidentalis 'Green Wizard'

    An extraordinary plant with bright green sepals where most other plants have petals. An unusual cut flower, long lasting in water, and the cone is ideal for everlasting arrangements. Makes a wonderful back-of-border plant. Z3-9. Germination: 30-120 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil. 4-5ft.

  • Rudbeckia Ruby Gold

    Rudbeckia Ruby Gold

    Expect armloads of big bright blooms from this irrepressible duo of Black-eyed Susans! Radiant yellow and smoldering deep red with darker marks near the base make an unforgettable combination in the sunny garden or the vase -- and with Ruby Gold, you'll be picking fresh flowers from midsummer 'til frost!The flowers open in hot, sun-soaked conditions, and once this plant is established, it doesn't mind unseasonable levels of heat, humidity, rain, cold, or even drought. Poor soil is no problem, though best blooming will be in enriched garden soil with adequate water. Black-eyed Susan is one of the easiest native…

  • Rudbeckia x hirta 'Cherokee Sunset'™

    Rudbeckia x hirta 'Cherokee Sunset'™

    Attractive fully double to semi-double blooms resembling the attractive color spectrum of an Indian sunset. Flowers all summer into the fall whatever the weather, adding height to borders. An impressive cut flower. Germination: 7-21 days, 65- 85F. Well-drained soil. 24-36in.

  • Rudbeckia-Cappuccino

    Rudbeckia-Cappuccino

    Cappuccino is an over-the-top beautiful Rudbeckia, with so many merits you won't believe it's in the same family as "plain old" Black-eyed Susan! The blooms are huge by Black-Eyed Susan standards -- 4 inches across, easily. They sport petals divided into golden-yellow and mahogany-red, all surrounding the familiar dark brown to black center. Long-lasting on the plant or in the vase, they are like mini Sunflowers, radiating warm color and, in the garden, bringing butterflies in by the dozen.Unlike older Rudbeckias, this plant isn't one-tenth blooms to nine-tenths foliage -- it's compact and very well-branched, just 18 to 20 inches…

    A hot and rich variety, Cappuccino is sure to warm your heart and enliven your flower plantings. With extra large, vibrantly colored mahogany and gold flowers, this is one of the most impressive performing plants we've seen! Outstanding, 4 inch wide blooms blanket vigorous, bushy plants that reach 18-20 inches tall and 14-16 inches wide. Great for containers and mass plantings, these heat-tolerant Rudbeckias provide non-stop color all season long

  • Rudbeckia-Cherry Brandy

    Rudbeckia-Cherry Brandy

    After growing Cherry Brandy, you'll never look at Rudbeckia the same way again! This powerhouse of a plant is just 2 feet tall, but sends up dozens upon dozens of giant daisies over a long season, bringing butterflies and bees to pay their respects all summer long. The long-lasting blooms combine rich shades of red and maroon with that trademark big black eye, so you can imagine how terrific they look in the vase (or just the cone, dried as an Everlasting!). In autumn, hungry songbirds replace the butterflies and bees, feasting on the seeds. Don't worry, though -- there…

    A breakthrough in rudbeckia coloration, you'll savor the smooth, rich and intoxicating blood-red flowers of this old-fashioned favorite. Summer-long blooms are superb cut flowers and dramatic in arrangements and bouquets. Hard-working plants are durable, drought-resistant, long-blooming and thrive even in poor soils, growing 20-24 inches tall. Germination code: (1) or (4) Rudbeckia thrives in almost any soil and location. Cheery blossoms are long-blooming, beginning in early summer and lasting until frost. They are a low maintenance favorite in borders and flower gardens. Also available as a plant.

  • Rudbeckia-Prairie Sun

    Rudbeckia-Prairie Sun

    Rudbeckia hirta This All America Selections and Fleuroselect winner has impressed judges all across America and Europe. Once you see this rudbeckia, you'll know why. Very large 6 inch distinctive flowers with light yellow tips on golden petals encircle a green center. Branching 28-32 inch plants have long stems, ideal for cut flowers. Easy to grow and maintain. Germination code: (1) or (4) Rudbeckia thrives in almost any soil and location. Cheery blossoms are long-blooming, beginning in early summer and lasting until frost. They are a low maintenance favorite in borders and flower gardens. Also available as a plant.

  • TIGEREYE™ Tiger Eye Gold Rudbeckia Gloriosa Daisy Plant

    TIGEREYE™ Tiger Eye Gold Rudbeckia Gloriosa Daisy Plant

    For an unbelievable mass of brilliant color, you'll want to try this new Rudbeckia! Flaunting more blooms than you could possibly imagine on a single plant, it produces loads of branches lined with dark green leaves that are topped with 3- to 4-inch golden-yellow flowers whose richly colored petals surround a distinctive dark brown center. And its improved resistance to powdery mildew means its not-stop display will last even longer, from early summer to early fall! Zones 6-9.